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Are computers ruining chess?

Oct 5, 2022
A controversy involving one of the game's rising stars has sparked debate about creativity.
Magnus Carlsen during a chess tournament in 2021. Carlsen recently accused another grandmaster, Hans Niemann, of cheating.
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A growing industry caters to college cheats

Aug 30, 2016
Online companies promise to take your class for you.
Some students are cheating on more than just a term paper.
Visual Hunt

FBI, DOJ probe St. Louis Cardinals

Jun 16, 2015
Investigators are looking at whether the baseball team hacked the Houston Astros.

The business of cheating: Ashley Madison and how to sell infidelity

Feb 6, 2015
How do you market something that repulses consumers?

The psychology behind cheating

Feb 6, 2015
Duke professor and dishonesty expert Dan Ariely explains why people cheat in business and in life.

Your Wallet: Cheating and money

Feb 6, 2015
Cheating in the financial world evokes reminders of big banks and insider trading — an image of the big company taking advantage of the little guy. One little guy wrote to tell us how he tries to turn the tables on the big companies on a much smaller scale. Chris Norrdin of Carlsbad, Calif., a retired […]

Incentivizing cheating: Can we learn from Atlanta?

Apr 2, 2013
Key figures in the Atlanta school cheating scandal admit to the practice, but did we learn anything about incentives?

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Study: Men who make less than partner more likely to cheat

Aug 17, 2010
Men who are economically dependent on their female partners are more likely to cheat -- five times more likely -- according to a new study. But the...