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It changes how you perceive the world

It's hard to categorize the man now favored to win to the GOP presidential primary.

This is an economy that might, just might, be getting close to full employment. What does that mean?

Less Planned Parenthood clinics could mean more births.

How you deal with ambiguity can tell you a lot about yourself

Why some people embrace uncertainty, and others don't

Unemployment rate falls slightly to 4.9 percent

It makes sense when you think about it.

These seven states are doing much worse than the rest

A pullback from underperforming stores has left some rural communities without a vital source of support.

A German measles outbreak in the mid-1960s led to 20,000 infants with birth defects

The state will likely become America's 26th state to not require workers to pay dues to the unions obligated to represent them.

For months, Sanders's supporters complained of bias in the media.

One of the first studies examining the impact of recent voter ID laws draws some strong conclusions.

A spat over the Dietary Guidelines reflects the limits of what is known about diet.

The former hedge fund manager notorious for jacking up a little-known drug's price pleaded the Fifth Amendment.

Anti-Muslim hate crimes are five times more likely now than in the years before 9/11. And they're becoming more common.

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