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- Packing Hacks: How To Get Everything You Need For A Trip Into 1 Carry-On BagWith some planning, you can get everything you need for a trip down to one carry-on bag. Road warriors share their hacks — so you can travel with a lot less hassle.
- Beyond The Grind: Find Meaning In Travel — Abroad Or In Your BackyardYou can discover new things about the world when you travel, or even — if you apply a traveler's mindset — close to home. "It takes humility," says artist and author Jenny Odell.
- VIDEO: Move Objects With Your Mind? We're Getting There, With The Help Of An ArmbandYou know "the Force" that binds all things — the one that can let your mind move objects? The latest Future You video demos an armband that allows users to control objects with thoughts.
- Higher, Better, Stronger, Faster — Brain Science Is Trying To Get ThereA headset that electrically stimulates your brain while you practice a motor skill claims to help you improve in less time. What might this mean for human abilities by 2050?
- Can You Travel In Groups Without Going Crazy? NPR Wants To Hear From YouNPR is putting together a guide on navigating the social dynamics of travel, and we need your help. Tell us, how do you deal with group dynamics when traveling?
- How Computer-Assisted Telepathy Helps Humans CommunicateThe next phase of human evolution seems headed toward merging biological bodies with machines. In the first video of Future You, Elise Hu connects to a network and plays a game with her thoughts.
- How Mind-Controlled Robot Suits Could Enhance Our LimbsIn Episode 2 of Future You, Elise Hu explores mind-controlled exoskeletons that could let paralyzed people walk or the able-bodied gain super strength.
- Netflix's 'Tuca & Bertie' Puts The Lady Birds In ChargeIn bringing a cartoon toucan and an anxious songbird to screen, show creator Lisa Hanawalt has done something still rare: made an animated show about women friends, by women friends.
- The Sex Scandals Shaking K-Pop And A Reckoning Over How South Korea Regards WomenSeveral K-pop stars have admitted to being involved in the practice of "spycamming" in Korea — secretly recording sexual acts without the partner's notice and posting those videos online.
- Thousands Of Fire Evacuees To Spend The Holiday Without HomesThe community shaken by California's Camp Fire is finding ways to come together for Thanksgiving.
- For Wildfire Evacuees, Bureaucratic Nightmare BeginsAs the deadly Camp Fire burns in Northern California, people who lost their homes face a new struggle: lost paperwork. They're finding out what that means as they try to rebuild their lives.
- North Korea Begins Dismantling Missile Site, Images ShowSatellite imagery shows North Korea is taking apart a rocket and engine site on its western coast. The action follows a promise made at last month's U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore.
- Update On North Korea Nuclear TalksOfficials in the U.S. and North Korea continue to offer contradicting reports on whether their recent meeting in Pyongyang was productive.
- Pompeo Meets With North Koreans Over Nuclear ProgramThe meetings happened amid growing concern North Korea is not taking steps toward denuclearization — and uncertainty as to what each side meant when they committed to it.
- Anti-Refugee Backlash In South Korea Targets Yemenis Fleeing War And Seeking AsylumMore than 500 Yemenis are awaiting asylum decisions on a South Korean resort island that allowed them to arrive visa-free. Their presence has sparked nationwide protests.