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Americans Would Do Anything To Make Their Kids Smarter. Except Edit Their Genes.
A new Pew survey finds the vast majority think using gene-editing technology to enhance intelligence would go too far.
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7 In 10 Americans Feel 'Worn Out' By The News, Survey Says
More Republicans than Democrats report news fatigue, the Pew Research Center says.
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Facebook No Longer The Dominant Social Media Platform For Teens
The platform that made “likes” a thing may no longer be so liked.
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Many Americans Prefer A 'Higher Power' To The God Of The Bible, Study Finds
But only 10 percent say they don't believe in any spiritual force.
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Researchers Decide No One Born In This Century Is A 'Millennial' Anymore
The rest of you kids don't have an official name yet.
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Here’s One Excellent Reason To Cut Prison Populations
We can actually lower crime and incarceration rates at the same time, according to a new Pew report.
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Muslims May Become America’s Second-Largest Religious Group By 2040, Pew Reports
But it's still just a drop in the bucket compared to how many Christians are in America.
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Why Phrases Like 'Daddy Daycare' Have Got To Go
Dads don't babysit. They parent.
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Poll Shows Trump's Support Dropping Among White Evangelicals
The president's approval rating continues to fall in his first year in office.
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Will Religious Freedom Advocates Oppose Roy Moore?
Assistant Professor at the University of Vermont
Next week, the people of Alabama may elect an alleged (but based on numerous, credible reports) pedophile to the US Senate
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Robots Are Coming For Our Jobs. Here Are 5 Ways To Prepare.
By Amy Westervelt, On assignment for HuffPost
Get ready for an automated world.
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Political Polarization Is A Psychology Problem
Dr. Chloe Carmichael, Ph.D.
Licensed clinical psychologist
And there are some easy ways to address it.
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America's Political Divides Run Deeper Than Just Republicans And Democrats
A new study separates the public into nine political groups. Where do you fit in?
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Muslims More Likely Than Americans Overall To See Discrimination Against Black People
Muslims of all races agree that America needs to do more to ensure equality.
Girl Power: How Remote Work Can Help Shrink Tech's Gender Gap
Connecting 2 million+ professionals with remote and freelance ...
The stats on remote working are hard to ignore. From increasing productivity to using less “sick time”, remote working has
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American Muslims Are Now More Accepting Of Homosexuality Than White Evangelicals
Queer and Muslim Americans are both marginalized in America -- making it crucial to form alliances.
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Americans Are Opting For Cremation Over Burial At The Highest Rate Ever
America's changing religious landscape may be a factor affecting funeral practices.
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Nearly Half Of Muslim Americans Have Experienced An Act Of Discrimination In The Last Year
Still, 92 percent say they are proud of their national identity.
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On Gun Control Measures, There's Not As Much Agreement As Some Would Like To Think
Mike the Gun Guy
The new Pew survey on gun owners contains a very interesting section on how gun owners and nonowners agree and disagree about
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