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.
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.
Leaked documents reveal that Tory ministers think their country will in no way be better off outside the European Union. These discoveries and more in today's Larry's List.
House Democrats squander an opportunity to amend the U.S. government's surveillance powers.
The former congresswoman is considering running for Al Franken's Senate seat, but not without asking a specific higher-up whether she should.