Five really good reasons to hate millennials

You've been hating on millennials for all the wrong reasons.

These cultural barriers stop some rape victims from seeking help

A counselor who grew up speaking a survivor’s language may better understand the racial factors that intensify anguish.

The recovery is stalling out again. Is the economy actually in … a recession?

The U.S. economy probably shrank at the beginning of the year, but don't use the r-word.



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Why House cafeteria workers are paid better than Senate cafeteria workers

Hint: It has to do with a union.

What Carly Fiorina gets wrong about why women make less in the workplace

The GOP presidential candidate argues that unions are to blame for the gender pay gap.

How to seem smart in work e-mail without really trying

The essential workplace guide to appearing smart in e-mail.

Global drug policy isn’t working. These 100+ organizations want that to change.

A call for the reform of outdated drug laws that only make drug problems worse.

Why the Clintons’ gifts might have worried the Founding Fathers

As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton allowed her charitable foundation to accept gifts from foreigners, which would have alarmed Benjamin Franklin's contemporaries.

In the shadows of booming cities, a tension between sunlight and prosperity

The precise science and messy politics of building shadows in an era of big development.

It’s becoming increasingly hard to get a loan in the Deep South

Why it's hard to get ahead in the South

America’s poorest renters are finally catching a break

The number of low-income people paying too much in rent has finally started to decline.

D.A.R.E. gets duped by anti-pot satire

The infamous anti-drug group publishes a fake news story on its Web site.

A horrifying reminder of what life without vaccines was really like

The next time someone questions vaccines, show them these photos

Why diets don’t actually work, according to a researcher who has studied them for decades

For centuries, men and women have worked tireless to fit the physical molds of their time. There's a reason they always fail.

$500,000 bail for a Baltimore protester? Just one thing wrong with how we punish people before they’re convicted.

Six out of ten inmates haven't even been convicted yet. Here's how to fix the problem.

Americans overwhelmingly support Muhammad cartoonists’ right to offend

Who supports publishing the offensive cartoons might surprise you

This is how China is trying to save its economy

China's central bank is getting more creative as it tries to stop its economy from slowing down too much.

Baltimore is calm following ‘depraved-heart murder’ charge

If charges against six officers do not lead to convictions, unrest may return to the city.

How animal flus increase the risk of human pandemics

Your dog can now catch the flu. Here’s why humans should be worried.

A simple guide to the real differences between the Democratic candidates for president

Here's an overview of where the likely contenders for the party's presidential nomination stand on the issues.

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