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Archaeologists often find themselves studying cultures from a long time ago, at dig sites far away. But one unique crew is researching their subjects live -- thanks the Bakken oil boom.
Probably someone's basement. For a long time.
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How one man is fighting Boko Haram with an ancient network of vigilantes.
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Nigerians on the run from violence are getting entrepreneurial.
U.S. law schools are starting to teach the weed business.
Military vets have found a unique opportunity in legal marijuana.
Nigeria’s online entrepreneurs are fighting a stereotype as old as email.
There are other lucrative things to do with legal cannabis than smoke it.
The U.S. Treasury has been fighting the group on a different front — finance.
Why the U.S. government is trying to patent the Ebola virus.
Two years after the storm, low-income communities continue to suffer.
They don’t exactly use ATMs.
Why Chinese involvement isn’t just about peacekeeping.
Big Data is helping researchers fight the deadly disease.
The group’s network is complicated and lucrative.
Why China is sending medical aid to West Africa for the first time.
The U.S. government has been spending much more than pharma companies.
An ancient city, a Chinese company and 5.5 million tons of copper.
The gas is gone but the hot air remains.
Amid growing protests, some locals are just trying to get to work.
“You just say, yes sir, no sir, and cooperate.”
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He’s organized races from Kilimanjaro to the Great Wall of China.