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Postmaster General Suspends Changes Until After Election
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy announced that several cost-cutting initiatives designed to streamline operations of the US Postal Service will be shelved ...
Research Suggests Nationalist Bias in Olympic Judging
Figure skating analysts have expressed concern about the possibility of judge favoritism tainting the proceedings in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
At the 2014 ...
Harvard Debate Team Upset by Surprise Contenders
Months after winning a national title, Harvard's debate team faced their toughest opponent yet—a group of prison inmates from New York. An article ...
Woman's Awful Fake Dating Profile Attracts Men
They say that beauty is only skin deep, but many studies have shown that we have an inherent bias to view attractive people as better, smarter, and more ...
Dating Website Excludes "the Riff Raff"
The niche dating site BeautifulPeople.com describes itself as a place where you can "Connect with beautiful men and women in your local area and from ...
Marketers Who Practice "Social Discrimination"
One of the fastest-growing online businesses is the business of spying on Internet users. Communications Professor Joseph Turow writes: "We're at the ...
We're All One Step from Being 'Those People'
Sociologist Brene Brown's TED talk "The Power of Vulnerability" has garnered over 10 million hits (as of August 2013). For good reason: we are hungry ...
The Poor Are the Church's Real Treasure
In the middle of the third century there was a Christian leader named Lawrence who served as a deacon in the Church of Rome. According to tradition, Lawrence ...
Research Shows Our Favoritism Towards Attractive People
Although we like to believe that beauty runs only skin deep, research shows that it pays to be good-looking. A 2010 survey by Newsweek concluded, "In ...
Journalist Finds One Universal Joke: Making Fun of Others
Lance Morrow, an award-winning journalist with Time magazine, once set out to write an article asking if there was one universal joke, told everywhere ...