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Top Ten At Ten 6/9/2014

Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten.

* Computer passes Turing Test for first time by convincing judges it is a 13-year-old boy (Verge)

* Taliban Claim Responsibility for Pakistan Airport Attack (NY Times)

* America’s Late Imperial Dilemma (Project Syndicate)

* The Horrifying Truth of Being a Working Mom at Walmart (Cosmopolitan)

* Pearson, of course, wins huge Common Core testing contract (WaPo)

* Capital Eats the World (Jacobin)

* Hillary Clinton Defends High-Dollar Speaking Fees (ABC News)

As always if you see a story worth looking at please tweet me.

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Top Ten At Ten 6/9/2014

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Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten.

* Computer passes Turing Test for first time by convincing judges it is a 13-year-old boy (Verge)

* Taliban Claim Responsibility for Pakistan Airport Attack (NY Times)

* America’s Late Imperial Dilemma (Project Syndicate)

The Horrifying Truth of Being a Working Mom at Walmart (Cosmopolitan)

* Pearson, of course, wins huge Common Core testing contract (WaPo)

* Capital Eats the World (Jacobin)

* Hillary Clinton Defends High-Dollar Speaking Fees (ABC News)

As always if you see a story worth looking at please tweet me.

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