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Does having more money automatically make people happier? We know a little about how that works (and doesn't work) on an individual level, but what happens when we're talking not just about individuals, but about the happiness of entire countries?
Ever since Edward Snowden revealed the true extent of the National Security Agency's surveillance methods, the public debate has focused mostly on issues of privacy and national security. But new evidence shows that the fallout from the NSA backlash is wider than we thought, and could cost U.S. companies billions.
What do students who receive a Bachelors degree in a STEM major end up doing with it? The answer, as this chart shows, is all over the place.
What was your major in college and what jobs can it really get you? This interactive chart answers that question for all the most popular college degrees.
Where is your salary worth the most and where is it worth the least? This interactive chart has the answer.
Get ready for the age of "cli-fi," or "clean climate finance." The bulk of the $10.5 trillion that the International Energy Agency estimates will be needed to pay for decarbonization over the next 15 years will come from private capital, reports the Brookings Institution.
This interactive map shows just how much the percentage of income made by the top 1 percent of earners around the world has changed over the last 100 years.
Videogames are becoming a more popular feature of job interviews. Could they start to replace the face-to-face job interview — and should they?
In its simplest terms, European prehistory can be divided into three parts: the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, and the Iron Age. But there's a mysterious 300 year gap in prehistoric Britain, created by one of humanity's first economic bubbles.
Need a book to get you through another year of unemployment, glacier melts or maybe even another oil crisis? World Made By Hand could do the trick.
Oh yes, that is Mad Men's Jon Hamm asking our government for a billion bucks because his previous "trying to kill Superman" project hasn't gone as well as he'd hoped.
When the economy tanks, people demand feel-good musicals and comedies. But Hollywood has already green-lit a slate of dystopian downers, in the wake of The Dark Knight. Are these bummer-fests doomed at the box-office?
Ronald D. Moore and David Eick sat down and went over the different types and social systems and moralities they've created for the new Battlestar Galactica, including the need to the government (and not just the military) to bring down the heavy hand of torture from time to time, and how the legal system works in the