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What men still don't grasp about sexual harassment

Women believe companies will need to do more to make safe workplaces.

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Fake news attacks are failing

Print and broadcast media have held up to attacks from politicians.

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Here's Why Consumers Cancel Their Credit Cards

Getting a new card doesn't always mean closing an existing one.

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Americans Lose Faith as Health Care Battle Heats Up

Money is starting to pour into health care ads.

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To the righteous goes the presidency

Trump, Clinton, and Americans' uniquely strong belief that politicians must have a moral grounding

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A community's Pulse

More LGBTQ than straight respondents feel vulnerable to health and welfare issues, discomfort over uncertainty in their lives

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