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Foreign Policy and Footwear: A Word-Frequency Analysis of the Republican Primary Debates

Matthew Gidcomb | Posted 08.08.2012 | College
Matthew Gidcomb

While he uses it only seven times, no other candidate does, so it has a high weight here. In this case, it not only points us to a phrase unique to the candidate but also a position -- non-interventionist foreign policy -- on which he differs from the rest of the Republican field.

Jake Bialer

What Occupy Wall Street Is Really About? | Jake Bialer | Posted 10.13.2011 | Business

When protesters first gained attention for camping out in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park, pundits and politicians were constantly asking what Occupy Wall S...

Earthquake Reactions Word Cloud

Posted 10.24.2011 | Green

Following the earthquake, The Huffington Post invited our community to describe their earthquake experience. More than 5,000 of you responded to ou...

New Data: Top Reporters Stress GOP, Not Tea Party, After Midterms

Ari Melber | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Ari Melber

Elections have a way of setting agendas, and the political world is already adopting the language of the midterms. To get a snapshot, I counted up the most frequent words reporters used in their questions during three post-election sessions.

Media Literacy 101: A Study to Help Moms Tell If Their College Student Loves Them

Susan Moeller | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Susan Moeller

Want insight into your relationship with your son or daughter at college? Take a look at 24 Hours: Unplugged, a new study out today about how 18-22...