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    There were over 12,000 poison control calls for people eating laundry pods last year
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Tide Pods are the Internet's breakout meme of early 2018. For those of you not in the know, the joke is that brightly colored laundry detergent pods look like delicious fruity candy so maybe we should, you know, eat them. To be clear, you should not eat them. “You’re really taking a chance — and to […]

    Why 7-Eleven, inventor of the Slurpee, is now all about cold-pressed organic juice
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Like thousands of U.S. convenience stores, the 7-Eleven off Spring Street Northwest in Washington, D.C., crams three rows of snacks between a wall of chilled sodas and a bank of churning Slurpee machines. But starting this month, 7-Eleven will also begin selling cold-pressed juice. It’s organic, vegan, fair trade, non-GMO, gluten-free — and designed to […]

    ‘We have a responsibility’: CVS vows to stop altering beauty images in its ads and stores
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    CVS Pharmacy announced Monday that it will begin alerting customers when beauty images used in marketing campaigns or on social media have been digitally altered, and vowed to end touch-ups of its beauty images by the end of 2020. The Rhode-Island-based company will launch the “CVS Beauty Mark,” a watermark that will begin appearing this year on […]

    Norway was once the kind of country Trump might’ve spit on. Now its people don’t even want to come here.
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    After telling lawmakers in an Oval Office meeting Thursday he doesn’t want more immigration from “shithole countries,” President Trump said the United States should bring in more people from countries such as Norway instead.  In the history of international migration to the United States, it was a deeply ironic statement. (Many have also called it racist, […]

    Smoking penalties, ER fees, premiums on the poor: How states want to shrink Medicaid
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    Indiana hopes to make Medicaid enrollees pay a fee if they smoke cigarettes. Arizona wants to put a five-year limit on how long its poor residents can be enrolled in the program. And Kentucky wants families earning as little as $5,100 to pay Medicaid premiums — and to kick patients out of the program if their payments get 60 days […]

    Why coming up with a drug for Alzheimer’s is so devilishly hard
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    The first days of 2018 have been a bleak reminder of how tough it is to develop drugs for some of the world's most frightening diseases, which rob people of their memories, abilities and personalities. In the span of one week, pharma giant Pfizer announced it was ending its internal efforts to develop new drugs for Alzheimer's […]

    Trump’s team wants Americans thinking about the economy. He keeps getting in the way.
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    White House officials have repeatedly tried to talk up the healthy U.S. economy and record-breaking stock market, but President Trump continues to go off-script, shifting attention to his personality instead of pocketbook issues. Few noticed the stock market was up 150 points Friday morning. Instead, Trump's denigrating and profane comments on Haiti, El Salvador and the continent […]

    The bitcoin bubble is a joke, and you’re the punchline
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    There are bubbles, there are bad investments and then there's dogecoin. That's the bitcoin parody that launched in 2013 in homage to the particularly silly meme of Shiba Inu dogs saying syntactically challenged things. Now, if none of that makes sense to you, don't worry: You're normal. The point is that this was a joke about a joke. […]

    The decline of mass incarceration is good for everyone
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    The U.S. prison population shrank in 2016 for the eighth consecutive year. The national retreat from mass incarceration has radiating benefits to the whole country, not all of which are fully appreciated. New data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that the combined state and federal prison population decreased by 21,200 inmates in 2016. That […]

    What does a $15 minimum wage do to the economy? Economists are starting to find out.
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    The United States has one of the lowest minimum wages of any advanced democracy in the world. Those low wages are a factor in everything from rising income inequality to high child-poverty rates to high rates of public spending on assistance programs for low-income families. As a result, in recent years there's been a push to drastically scale […]



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