A physicist who proved Einstein right started by tinkering with the family record player

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He's helping to uncover the origins of the universe with a massive antenna so sensitive it detected faint invisible ripples in space from 1.3 billion years ago.

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A physicist who proved Einstein right started by tinkering with the family record player

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He's helping to uncover the origins of the universe with a massive antenna so sensitive it detected faint invisible ripples in space from 1.3 billion years ago.

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Constitutional Amendment S

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Expand the rights of crime victims

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Check out this bhangra by the beach, Nova Scotia style

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Check out this bhangra by the beach, Nova Scotia style

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The internet is loving this video.

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Ballot Question relating to the authority of the South Dakota Board of Regents

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Remembering Shimon Peres, one of the last links to Israel's early days

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Shimon Peres, longtime Israeli president, former prime minister and one of the country's founders, died Wednesday in Israel.

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Remembering Shimon Peres, one of the last links to Israel's early days

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Shimon Peres, longtime Israeli president, former prime minister and one of the country's founders, died Wednesday in Israel.

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Many Palestinians will not remember Shimon Peres as a man of peace

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Warm words of condolence for the late Shimon Peres hail the former Israeli prime minister as a great statesman and a man of peace. But many Palestinians would dispute that.

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Many Palestinians will not remember Shimon Peres as a man of peace

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Warm words of condolence for the late Shimon Peres hail the former Israeli prime minister as a great statesman and a man of peace. But many Palestinians would dispute that.

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LIVE CANDIDATE FORUM with John Thune & Jay Williams

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South Dakota's senate candidates in a live discussion Oct. 13.

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A'brew on the Big Sioux: Fernson Brewing Co. Hosts Fernson Fest Saturday in Sioux Falls

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SDPB caught up with homegrown brewer/owners Derek Fernholz and Blake Thompson.

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And the Polls Say...

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SDPB Radio's Kealey Bultena sits down with a group of USF media program students to take a poll and talk about how the way we portray numbers can change the way we perceive them.

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Retired colonel says US political leaders abuse public trust in the military to wage war

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Americans trust the members of the US military more than almost any other institution — which gives politicians a lot of power to fight wars.

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Retired colonel says US political leaders abuse public trust in the military to wage war

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Americans trust the members of the US military more than almost any other institution — which gives politicians a lot of power to fight wars.

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