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Predicting the future helps us understand the rapidly changing present, but can we really forecast the world in 30 years?
High speed train between Kansas City and St. Louis could cost up to $10 billion
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We can expect changes in schools, libraries and self-driving cars, but we can't always predict the consequences
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Once the rubble is cleared and the neighbors stop dropping off freezer meals, how does a family start over?
Scientists disagree over the probability of a repeat of the catastrophic Missouri earthquakes of 1811 and 1812
Female sports reporters face a lack of representation in the newsroom and a lack of respect from their male peers. Sports editor Melanie Rau wants that to change
Our beloved editor-in-chief Elizabeth Elkin says goodbye to Vox and to the decade
You probably know about the Devil's Icebox. Now, understand its depths and explore other local landmarks with million-year histories
Through her organizing business, Lauren Crosby has helped hundreds of mid-Missourians declutter and organize their spaces
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Hear the inspiring personal experiences of five people who overcame debt, from student loans to medical bills to insurance