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WATCH: “Burmese Python Invasion: Fighting Invasive Species”

Source:  CBS News What would you do if you saw a snake in your backyard? Not just your ordinary garden snake, but a python. Introduced through human error or carelessness, invasive species like the Burmese python, lionfish, and Asian carp are threatening a delicate...

The 25 best documentaries on Netflix right now

Source:  Esquire 1.  Icarus - Director Bryan Fogel intended to experiment with doping in order to win a cycling competition—only his investigations into the practice opened up a bigger, more sinister scandal in this Oscar-winning documentary. 2. 13th - Ava DuVernay...

12 true crime documentaries you should stream right now

Source:  TIME The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst (2015) - If you haven’t seen "The Jinx"—or read about its revelations in the news—you need to watch this docuseries. The six-part series explores the life of a wealthy man implicated in the disappearance of...

In “The Waldheim Waltz,” a nation reckons with its Nazi past

Source:  The New York Times What does it take to make a nation reconsider its self-image? That’s the question lying at the heart of the Austrian documentarian Ruth Beckermann’s informative and unnerving “The Waldheim Waltz.” Using mostly contemporaneous material — TV...

Meet the researcher building robots for your grandparents

Source:  Bloomberg For decades, we've dreamed of robots that can be our companions. Now, Danielle Ishak is trying to build one. Named ElliQ, the robot is aimed at the elderly who live alone, and it's in the homes of about a dozen beta testers in the San Francisco Bay...