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Experts Call Viral Trend Harmful to Relationships

Pranks aren’t new, and neither is emotional manipulation or social media. But one disturbing new trend turns them into a noxious combination.

Coined ...


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The Death of Truth in our Culture

The concept of truth has been dying a slow death for many years and has become more noticeable in the past decade or so. In the early 2000s, comedian ...


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Counterfeit Zebras Alleged at Local Zoo

A local student went to the zoo, and was surprised when he took a closer look at the enclosure for the zebras.

Mahmoud Sarhan was motivated to post what ...


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Police Review Board Makes Course Correction

The City of Portland's Independent Police Review office uncovered a series of shocking revelations in the process of investigating a complaint by a man ...


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MIT Admissions Dean Resigns over Fake Resume

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is arguably the best engineering school in the country, and there's cutthroat competition to get in. Ninety-two ...


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SWAT Prank Results in Shooting Death

Police in Glendale, Calif. recently arrested Tyler Barriss, 25, for his role in placing a false 911 call that resulted in the fatal officer-involved shooting ...


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Job Applicant Sacrificed Integrity for Money

In his book Every Good Endeavor, Pastor Tim Keller provides the following helpful illustration:

At twenty-seven years old, Howard was given an opportunity ...

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'National Geographic' on Why We Lie

In the fall of 1989 Princeton University welcomed into its freshman class a young man named Alexi Santana, whose life story the admissions committee had ...


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Man Hopes Wal-Mart Sign Will Fall on His Head

Walmart is no stranger to interesting characters—there's even a calendar featuring its eclectic clientele. But a recent Texas patron went to his ...


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How Telling Small Lies Tricks Your Brain into Telling Big Lies

Everyone lies once in a while, but according to a new study people who tell small, self-serving lies are likely to progress to bigger falsehoods, and ...


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