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The MacArthur Foundation, which gives out fellowship awards each year to winners who work in science, music and the arts, and journalism, among other fields. The fellowship comes with a five-year, "no-strings-attached" $500,000 stipend, which the foundation now says it is increasing to $625,000, the Associated Press reports.

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