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The practice of giving suspects "rough rides" in the back of police vans has become a tradition among officers who wish to retaliate against "mouthy" offenders without ever being accused of physically assaulting them, the New York Times reports. via Pocket

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Courtesy of Nick BerardiniNick Berardini was in his senior year at the University of Missouri in 2008 and working the late shift at the local TV station when a call on the police scanner changed his life. via Pocket

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Before we go anywhere, we should discuss exactly what a duotone is. It has its genesis in the printing world where, to save on color printing costs, some editors would print an image that was a mixture of black and white with a single color added in. via Pocket

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Imagine being 10 years old and being led, along with your 6-year-old sibling, into the backseat of a police cruiser. The police promise to take you home to your parents. It's only three blocks away, and you know they are searching for you frantically. via Pocket

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Star Wars is close to holy for many fans of cinema. We remember growing up with the movies, and having them look a very specific way. You think of the colors of certain scenes, and the fact that Han shot first. The X-Wings fly in very distinct patterns. via Pocket

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The computer-controlled driverless car is barreling down the road of the future towards us. We've known this for a long time, but the speed and the matter-of-factness with which it is moving from prototype to actual product still has the power to give you whiplash. via Pocket

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There's now a pretty clear reason why Edward Snowden hasn't found asylum in Germany; the US government reportedly threatened to keep German officials in the dark on critical intelligence if they took in the NSA whistleblower. via Pocket

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Caltech's David Boyd has done what scientists have been struggling to do for years: He says he's figured out a cheap, easy way to make graphene, and to make a lot of it. The kicker? He's using technology from the 1960s. via Pocket

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The French work on the biggest moveable building in the world: this sarcophagus will be put over the reactor. via Pocket

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