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Pride isn’t just for cheating athletes or bullies. Psychology professor Jessica Tracy explains why pride is a key emotion in human civilization. Read more...

Gene technology is becoming more and more powerful… and could affect more and more people. MIT researcher Kevin Esvelt tells us why he thinks the public needs to have a say in how we use it. Read more...

Do we know what refugees need better than they do? Radha Rajkotia of the International Rescue Committee tells us why giving cash, rather than food and other supplies, could be a better model for foreign aid to refugees. Read more...

Trump promised to bring back jobs from China and Mexico. But, according to MIT researcher Andrew McAfee, not only are those jobs not coming back - they don’t even exist anymore.

No matter who you voted for, you were probably surprised by Trump’s win. Psychology professor Mahzarin Banaji thinks implicit bias might help us understand the difference between the polls and the actual results.

A former reality TV star will be the 45th president of the United States. Columbia Law School’s Tim Wu explains how Donald Trump was able to capture our attention.

America’s manufacturing industry has been hollowed out by globalization and automation. Donald Trump promises he can revive it. MIT researcher Andrew McAfee says that’s not possible. Read more....

Surprised by the election? Us too. Psychologist Mahzarin Banaji thinks our unconscious biases might explain the difference between the public’s expectations and the results. Read more....

How exactly was Donald Trump able to captivate us during his road to the White House? Columbia University Professor Tim Wu explains. Read more....

That quick glance at Facebook… it’s kind of a big deal. Professor Cal Newport says it can significantly derail your train of thought for about 10 minutes.

Immigration may be a contentious issue in this election… but immigrants are absolutely essential to our economic success. Cabinet member Maria Contreras-Sweet explains.

Some people want to be happy at their job… and some people just want a bunch of money. Economist Robert Frank talks love, money, and happiness.

Robert Propst was a brilliant inventor who wanted to make a better office. Instead, he created something he hated. Read more....

Think glancing at Facebook isn’t a big deal? Well, Cal Newport says it can significantly derail your train of thought for about 10 minutes. Read more....

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