As automation increases and pointless jobs become obsolete, our work lives may finally become more enjoyable; Pew has a new way of looking at religion in the U.S.; meanwhile, an analysis reveals that the majority of civilians killed by police are young men of color.
Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are reaching voters disappointed with Democrats' rightward shift on economics; it's possible Israel is behind efforts to discredit U.K. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn; meanwhile, science reveals that the lazy prevail.
The approaches Facebook and Google are taking toward free speech are a serious cause for concern; scientists have found a song that reduces anxiety; meanwhile, our national debt has hit historic highs.
On a tour of Israel organized by Birthright, a few Americans were labeled "troublemakers" as they sought out a different perspective on the Israel-Palestine conflict; academics are studying emojis; and in some towns, it floods even when there's no rain now.
A radical proposal could be the answer to securing Americans' financial futures, and a new study shows that the most effective way to convince people of something is through charts.