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American history is rarely as straightforward as it is taught.
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The structure of America’s school calendar may seem counterintuitive—and in many ways, it is.
Some much-needed, if unsolicited, advice on gift-giving for the holidays.
Much conventional wisdom about the human body is based on erroneous 19th-century science.
With the help of new data aggregation tech, gerrymandering is now more precise than ever.
Achieving a 4.0 doesn’t necessarily translate into success in real life.
American schools have a long history of teaching students misinformation in health class.
David Sedaris offers some pertinent advice to aspiring writers.
Imagining the future is indispensable to human life and society. But how do we do it, exactly?
People like to think of themselves as savvy shoppers, but are still vulnerable to these common psychological tricks.
What can an individual do about climate change? The easiest answer: make this one dietary switch.
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Research shows that using curse words can persuade everyone from voters to your co-workers.
Under the moon’s shadow, humans have created both grand myths and scientific breakthroughs.
The intellectual meme for a garbage economy
To understand the changes taking place in the Republican Party now, it helps to go back to the last time the party went through a major transformation.
The president claims regulations are hurting economic growth. The data shows otherwise.
The science behind that cringeworthy feeling