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This branded content story is presented in collaboration with Participant Media's Truth and Power, a new investigative documentary TV series on Pivot that tells the stories of ordinary people going to extraordinary lengths to expose breaches of public trust by private institutions and governments. Watch all-new episodes of Truth and Power every Friday at 10 p.m. ET / PT, only on Pivot.

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How Much Would it Cost You to Run for President?

You could be POTUS, for a price.

This branded content story is presented in collaboration with Participant Media's Truth and Power, a new investigative documentary TV series on Pivot that tells the stories of ordinary people going to extraordinary lengths to expose breaches of public trust by private institutions and governments. Watch all-new episodes of Truth and Power every Friday at 10 p.m. ET / PT, only on Pivot.

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Here's How Dangerous You Actually Are Behind the Wheel

The frightening simplicity of distracted driving.

Drivers today are overwhelmed by potential distractions. Whether you're eating a banana with one hand on the wheel, changing the radio station, or glancing over at the text message that just popped up, every moment you're not mindful of what's happening on the road is a potential danger. Getting from Point A to B requires your full attention--and driving with your brain on autopilot just isn't an option. Check out this video to find out why. (Just don't watch it while you're driving.)

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Why the Most Walkable City in America Has So Much Traffic

Let’s improve the roads that connect us all.

It's no secret that New York City is the densest and most walkable city in the country. On any given day, the city’s population doubles due to all the pedestrians, bicyclists, public transit riders, and drivers sharing the roads, sidewalks, and subways. Have you ever wondered how they all get along? And who’s responsible for the type of infrastructure it takes to really keep everyone safe—and on schedule?

In this installment of the Big Road Fix, we take a look at one of the most dangerous intersections in the Bronx and see how the city has worked to improve it.

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Fixing the Most Dangerous Road in L.A. is Even Tougher Than You Think

When it was built, the Arroyo Seco Parkway was considered a modern marvel.

It’s practically cliché to complain about traffic in Los Angeles. But one on- and off-ramp in East Los Angeles has become particularly notorious: the Avenue 43 exit on the Arroyo Seco Parkway.

The first freeway in America, this thoroughfare was once considered a modern marvel. But more than 70 years later, the road’s sudden, sharp turns directly into speeding cars have led to countless accidents. Nearby residents are anxious for a solution.

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