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The psychology of giving

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Government shutdown 2019

When it was supposed to be payday

by Kai Ryssdal, Bennett Purser, Sean McHenry, and Maria Hollenhorst Jan 10, 2019
Thousands of federal workers with high-stress jobs won’t get their paychecks Friday.
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Game theory suggests the trade war could last a long time

by Scott Tong Oct 25, 2018
Social scientists say it's rational for countries to act in their self-interest.
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Trade showdown

Game theory suggests the trade war could last a long time

by Scott Tong Oct 25, 2018
Social scientists say it's rational for countries to act in their self-interest.
Half of everything China sends to the United State is subject to tariffs. Above, container ships outside of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
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How one shady employee can poison the workplace

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Everyone loves a good deal.
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