Inequality and unfairness are not the same thing. Starmans, Sheskin and Bloom summarize evidence showing that people are bothered not by economic inequality, but rather by economic unfairness.
What Are the New Battleground States?
The 2016 presidential matchup has accelerated trends that were expected to unfold gradually.
Why CEOs Prefer Mondays—to Buy up Their Rivals
While the markets were focusing their attention on Black Friday, along came “Merger Monday” when more than $60 billion worth of takeovers were announced, one of the biggest days of deal-making this year.
Why Do Marylanders Prefer Steamed Crabs?
Everyone who has ever heard the word “Maryland” knows that Marylanders absolutely love steamed crabs. But how did steamed crabs become a Maryland tradition?
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Account Bans Top 13M
Developer Bluehole is averaging 867,000 account bans every month, with the high point being over one million bans in a week back in January. Speed hacks, aim hacks, and invisible wall cheats are all being used by players.
How cultural war made Ankara an architectural battleground
Ankara’s austere and minimalist flavor is a shock to many who are more accustomed to architecture around the Bosphorus, but for local residents, the city's gray buildings are icons from a cherished era.
How people in Muslim countries prefer women to dress in public
Even as publics in many of the surveyed Muslim-majority countries express a clear preference for women to dress conservatively, many also say women should be able to decide for themselves what to wear.
U.S. Investors Prefer Mix of Human, Digital Financial Advice
In the U.S., 65% of investors say they prefer a mixture of financial advice from a personal financial adviser and online or digital investing tools. Seven in 10 rate each of these as an important source of advice.
Nuggets’ Will Barton would “prefer to start,” but what is coach Michael Malone thinking?
Nuggets coach Michael Malone has a complex decision to make regarding his starting small forward, and neither Will Barton nor Torrey Craig, Denver’s two best options, have distinguished themselves …
"What the Lens": Pick Your Preferred Lens Based on Photographs
This new online website tells you the lens that fit your style based on your preference of photographs.
How School Lunch Became the Latest Political Battleground
Inside the Obama administration’s standoff with Republicans, the food industry and the nation’s lunch ladies over the future of the cafeteria.
Why Do Some Women Prefer To Date Bigger Guys?
If this surprises you, you might want to rethink what you know about attraction.
18 Women Explain Why They Prefer Men With Small Penises
Some women actually prefer smaller penises. Here's why.
Most Americans Prefer THIS Beer (The Top Pick Will Surprise You)
Watch: Why This New York Sushi Chef Prefers Japan’s Kappo Style
Chef Hirohisa Hayashi gets to play with wild game, tempura, and sashimi at his Michelin-starred restaurant
How Universities Became the New Battlegrounds in the Hong Kong Protests
Clashes in the last week between police and protesters at Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong marked a new level of violence.
Lori Lightfoot in top 5 candidates for mayor, NBC 5 poll shows
Nineteen percent of voters were still undecided about which of the 14 candidates they prefer, the NBC 5 poll showed.
How coal, energy could tip the scales for presidential candidates in battleground states
A national trade organization for coal-related industries said presidential contenders Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton need to understand the 'political' importance of the fossil fuel, especially...
How to Show Your Partner You're Grateful for Them, Using Their Preferred Love Language
No matter what time of year it is, showing your partner how much you appreciate them can do wonders for your relationship—but it can be an especially nice gesture around Thanksgiving, when reminders of gratitude and thankfulness are front of mind.However, not all displays of gratefulness and affection are created equal. In fact, there’s probably [...]
'It was arrogance' — Clinton staffers explain how she lost key battleground states
Hillary Clinton's campaign ignored pleas from staff members for the candidate to boost her efforts in Michigan and Wisconsin.