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We’re hardwired to trust people, luck matters a lot more than you think, and the lead crisis is so much bigger than Flint. That's all in this week's Innovation Hub. Read more...

America thinks of itself and its companies as exceptional. And because of that we’ve ignored the pitfalls of globalization.

For decades, blue-collar American jobs have moved to China. Why some of those same jobs are now moving to Africa.

Julia Child was a chef, author, TV star... and coder? How expanding our definition of coding helps us look at the world in a whole new way.

The global economy is getting more competitive. What can the U.S. do to keep up? Read More...

Manufacturing jobs may have moved to China… but not all of them have stayed there. Read More...

It’s impossible to imagine the modern world without code. But according to Philip Auerswald, we might all be coders - without even realizing it. Read More...

Our kids are our future, so what happens when we start having fewer of them? Dowell Myers and Fariborz Ghadar explain. Read More...

Loneliness is a drag. But it’s also bad for your health. We find out why feeling lonely is as dangerous as obesity. Read More...

The key to advancing medicine might be found right in your backyard. Harvard’s Jeff Karp finds inspiration in nature to create medical solutions for humans. Read More...

As America celebrates the Fourth with fireworks and barbeques, we take a closer look at the ideals that have shaped our country. Read More...

Camilla Benbow and David Lubinski spent their lives studying child geniuses. Their advice on how to create a baby Einstein? Do nothing. Then, conspiracy theories have gotten a lot of attention in the last year, but psychologist Rob Brotherton says they've been around for a long time. And finally, Thomas Gilovich thinks he can make you wise... or at least, the wisest person in the room. Read More...

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