Chicago Leaders Use Cognitive Behavorial Therapy To Combat Violent Crime

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Today's college students aren't necessarily having more sex than previous generations, but the culture that permeates hookups on campus has changed. mark peterson/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Illustration of Dr. J. Marion Sims with Anarcha by Robert Thom. Anarcha was subjected to 30 experimental surgeries. Pearson Museum, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine hide caption

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Why Eating The Same Food Increases People's Trust And Cooperation

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Barely a week after assuming office, President Donald Trump set off a worldwide firestorm when he decided to temporarily ban migrants from seven Muslim-majority countries and refugees from all over the world from entering the United States. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Though Donald Trump's policies may not help his voters economically, sociologist Arlie Hochschild says he is speaking to them on a deeper level: meeting their emotional needs. MICHAEL MATHES/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kim Kardashian and Donald Trump exemplify our contradictory feelings about the rich and famous. As Hidden Brain explores this week, we idolize the powerful, but also relish their downfall. D Dipasupil/WireImage hide caption

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Are you feeling stuck? Scroll down to take our quiz and find out whether you have a "gravity" problem. Renee Klahr/NPR hide caption

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How Silicon Valley Can Help You Get Unstuck

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A Stabbing, A Possible Ebola Outbreak, And A 'Time Bomb'

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In Praise Of Mess: Why Disorder May Be Good For Us

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Researchers Explore The Struggle Of Recognizing Faces

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Some People Are Great At Recognizing Faces. Others...Not So Much

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The broken windows theory of policing suggested that cleaning up the visible signs of disorder — like graffiti, loitering, panhandling and prostitution — would prevent more serious crime as well. Getty Images/Image Source hide caption

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How 'Broken Windows' Helped Shape Tensions Between Police And Communities

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Polls, pundits, politicians and journalists mostly predicted the outcome of this election incorrectly. How did they get it so wrong? Allan Lichtman says the answer to this question gets at what's wrong with politics in America. John Locher/AP hide caption

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What Happened? How Pollsters, Pundits And Politics Got It Wrong

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Many glaciers are melting in Alaska. Scientists believe climate change is at work. Shankar Vedantam/NPR hide caption

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Climate Change: The Forgotten Issue Of This Year's Election

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