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Social media really is making us more morally outraged
Platforms like Twitter may amplify engrained human behaviors, but a future filled with healthy discourse and productive conversations isn't impossible.
Why the new FTC chair is causing such a stir
It's time to start paying attention to Lina Khan and the US's key consumer protection agency.
6 pregnancy facts that will make you think twice about recent abortion bills
Correcting some misconceptions about, well, conception.
Senator Tammy Duckworth on why AI should never fully replace humans in the cockpit
We caught up with the pilot and vet to talk about the future of military aviation, ugly aircraft, and more.
COVID vaccine hesitancy is showing up in unexpected places
Though BIPOC are often highlighted, they’re not the group with the highest rates of vaccine hesitancy.
Can you ‘deprogram’ people who join cults?
Many families have become divided over online political conspiracy theories like QAnon, but psychologists aren’t sure how to intervene.
These famous US presidents had niche scientific interests that might surprise you
What a bunch of nerds.
Women are more likely to take COVID-19 guidelines seriously
The global pandemic response has been gendered in multiple ways.
Keystone XL was supposed to be a green pipeline. What does that even mean?
Now that the pipeline is dead (again), it’s time to look back at the controversial project.
Israel leads the world in vaccination rates, but a key group is missing from the data
To reach herd immunity, the Israeli government needs to reserve doses for Gaza and the West Bank.