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11.16.2017
Blaming mental illness for Trump's actions excuses their structural causesRebecca SeligmanThink
11.15.2017
The GOP plan to kill Obamacare’s least popular provision could backfire on some in the middle classCraig GarthwaiteThe Washington Post
11.15.2017
From Moore to the poorMorton SchapiroU.S. News and World Report
11.14.2017
Will schools start lying about attendance rates? Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Atlantic
11.14.2017
Why repealing Obamacare’s individual mandate is so crucial for tax reformCraig GarthwaiteThe Washington Post
11.14.2017
A $10 billion provision in the House tax plan is really bugging the AARP - and one expert thinks that's enough to kill itCraig GarthwaiteBusiness Insider
11.10.2017
Why economists need TolstoyMorton SchapiroThe Washington Post
11.08.2017
Why a top couples’ therapist says our ‘religion of romantic love’ is making relationships harder Eli FinkelThrive Global
11.08.2017
Argentines grapple with a terror attack in New York that hit so close to homePablo BoczkowskiNBC News
11.05.2017
With letter, Sheriff Urquhart plays 'hardball' with Seattle Times Jack DoppeltSeattle Patch
11.02.2017
Don’t allow a lousy census Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Santa Fe New Mexican
11.01.2017
A post-Obama Democratic Party in search of itselfDaniel GalvinThe New York Times Magazine
11.01.2017
Smartphones are 'everywhere, all the time.' What does that mean for kids?Ellen WartellaUSA Today
10.31.2017
Meet the happily married couples who choose not to live togetherEli FinkelGlamour
10.30.2017
Imagining Obamacare in 2020Craig GarthwaiteVox
10.30.2017
'Be an independent thinker and entrepreneur' Morton SchapiroThe Korea Times
10.29.2017
Hollywood science Seth SteinBBC World Service
10.27.2017
In faculty job searches, partner’s ‘movability’ affects women more than menLauren RiveraThe Chronicle of Higher Education
10.27.2017
But will her husband move?Lauren RiveraInside Higher Education
10.26.2017
Reading the news on Trump: Are we empty vessels or active filters?Pablo BoczkowskiNieman Lab
10.25.2017
Study: Tiny mammal survives winter by shrinking skull, brainThomas McDadeWTTW - Chicago Tonight
10.25.2017
41 million Americans are food insecure. Why are the media ignoring them?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachThe Nation
10.25.2017
'Movie mistakes could be used to teach science' Seth SteinBusiness Standard
10.25.2017
New dads have weight gain problem: studyEmma Adam, Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Craig Garfield, Thomas McDadeChina Daily
10.23.2017
For all its talk, Silicon Valley is terrible at recruiting African-Americans. Here’s whyLincoln QuillianSalon
10.22.2017
The costly obsession with B.A.sJames RosenbaumThe Chronicle of Higher Education
10.21.2017
Young subscribers flock to old mediaStephanie EdgerlyPolitico
10.21.2017
Machine learning could lead to economic hypergrowth, new research suggestsBenjamin JonesCNBC
10.20.2017
News patterns differ for students and parents in western New York Stephanie EdgerlyTapinto.net
10.19.2017
A relationship psychologist describes 3 ways to strengthen your relationshipEli FinkelBusiness Insider
10.19.2017
Bipartisan health proposal is too late for 2018, but a salve for 2019Craig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
10.18.2017
Schools without rules: An Orlando Sentinel investigationDavid FiglioThe Orlando Sentinel
10.18.2017
Obamacare premiums were stabilizing. Then Trump happened.Craig GarthwaiteVox
10.17.2017
OPINION: Stop driving kids crazy — A four-year college degree isn’t the only answerJames RosenbaumThe Hechinger Report
10.17.2017
Harvard economist Iris Bohnet on how to design a hiring process that's fair for everyoneLauren RiveraQuartz
10.16.2017
The value of hospitals' tax exemptions Craig GarthwaiteAxios
10.14.2017
Trump health care attacks worry GOPCraig GarthwaiteThe Boston Globe
10.14.2017
Illinois joins lawsuit as insurers brace for end of Obamacare subsidiesCraig GarthwaiteThe Chicago Tribune
10.12.2017
Cash for conservation: Do payments for ecosystem services work?Seema JayachandranMongabay
10.12.2017
Unorthodox advice for rescuing a marriageEli FinkelThe Economist
10.10.2017
Trump says he's likely to sign healthcare order this weekCraig GarthwaiteReuters
10.09.2017
Relationships under review in new book ‘The All-or-Nothing Marriage’Eli FinkelWTTW - Chicago Tonight
10.09.2017
Can the U.S. repair its health care while keeping its innovation edge?Craig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
10.08.2017
One type of marriage that's most likely to end in divorce — according to a relationship scientistEli FinkelBusiness Insider
10.06.2017
The power of peers in anti-poverty programsJames Rosenbaum, Teresa Eckrich SommerPacific Standard
10.06.2017
Professor says public option could lower insurance costsSeema JayachandranDaily Herald (Evertt, WA)
10.05.2017
Psychologist warns major change needed if we want relationships to fulfill their potentialEli FinkelJoe (Ireland)
10.05.2017
This is the number one reason modern marriages break upEli FinkelHer (Ireland)
10.05.2017
5 easy love hacks that make any marriage betterEli FinkelHealth
10.05.2017
White job applicants received more first-round interview invitations than equally qualified black applicantsLincoln QuillianAtlanta Black Star
10.05.2017
Why marriages succeed — or failEli FinkelVox
10.05.2017
6 tell-tale signs that your expectations of a partner are set too highEli FinkelThe Huffington Post (UK)
10.04.2017
5 'love hacks' to get through shaky times in your marriageEli FinkelToday
10.04.2017
Breaking the cycle of poverty, two generations at a timeTeresa Ekrich SommerPacific Standard
10.03.2017
Russian Studies is thriving, not dyingJordan Gans-MorseThe National Interest
10.03.2017
Student absences are about to have higher stakes in most states. Will cheating follow?Diane Whitmore SchanzenbachChalkbeat
10.03.2017
Your spouse is not a jerkEli FinkelThe Wall Street Journal
10.03.2017
Study: Low incomes linked to inflammation, adverse pregnancy outcomesGregory Miller, Ann BordersWTTW - Chicago Tonight
10.03.2017
For black applicants, the hiring market hasn’t changed much in 25 yearsLincoln QuillianThe Wall Street Journal
10.02.2017
Why modern relationships fail: Psychologist says we expect too much from our partners and should lower our standards Eli FinkelThe Daily Mail
10.02.2017
FOIA requests in Illinois grant access to public documentsJack DoppeltElgin Courier-News (Chicago Tribune)
10.02.2017
100 Women: Do women on boards increase company profits?Alice EaglyBBC News
09.30.2017
Anti-black hiring bias hasn’t changed in almost 30 years, & it affects everything from the pay gap to long-term career growthLincoln QuillianBustle
09.29.2017
7 major gaps in women’s health research Teresa WoodruffU.S. News and World Report
09.29.2017
We expect too much from our romantic partnersEli FinkelThe Atlantic
09.29.2017
Why public health insurance could help, even if you don’t want itSeema JayachandranThe New York Times
09.28.2017
Economists have no use for Republican tax cutsPaolo SapienzaBloomberg
09.27.2017
How to navigate a turf war at workBrian UzziHarvard Business Review
09.27.2017
In The All-Or-Nothing Marriage, Eli Finkel explores matrimony in a modern timeEli FinkelThe Globe and Mail
09.27.2017
Do we need to rethink what college means?James RosenbaumPacific Standard
09.27.2017
Apps like Tinder and Bumble have become the only dating services worth your timeEli FinkelBusiness Insider
09.26.2017
Insights on provider consolidation and narrow networksDavid DranoveLaw 360
09.26.2017
Northwestern president on ‘most selective’Morton SchapiroBloomberg
09.25.2017
Racial discrimination in hiring remains entrenchedLincoln QuillianThe Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
09.23.2017
Here’s why experts can’t say when the next big quake will hit Southern Illinois Seth SteinBelleville News-Democrat (Belleville, Illinois)
09.23.2017
'We have never lived together. Is that so strange?': the married couples who live apartEli FinkelThe Guardian
09.23.2017
Which country has the best healthcare?Craig GarthwaiteCNN
09.22.2017
A relationship psychologist says he hard a hard time with the transition to fatherhood - here's his best advice for any new parentEli FinkelBusiness Insider (India)
09.20.2017
A new study debunks one of the biggest arguments against basic incomeSeema JayachandranVox
09.19.2017
While premiums soar under Obamacare, costs of employer-based plans are stableCraig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
09.19.2017
Why San Antonio isn't the next Silicon ValleyCraig GarthwaiteThe Houston Chronicle
09.19.2017
Why babies born in September may have an advantage in schoolDavid Figlio, Krzysztof KarbownikToday
09.18.2017
The best health care system in the world: which would you pick?Craig GarthwaiteThe New York Times
09.18.2017
Olivia the Ovary part of NU's animated approach to teach reproductive health to kidsTeresa WoodruffThe Chicago Tribune
09.18.2017
McDougald & Weisskirk: Want all students to learn? Make sure their teachers get great content for their classroomsKirabo JacksonThe 74
07.17.2017
Health plan hinges on the young, but they're a tough sellCraig GarthwaiteThe Associated Press
07.09.2017
Aftershocks from Lincoln quake could be long-termSeth SteinNBC Montana
02.07.2017
Leaked HHS draft order to fix insurance market draws mixed reviewsCraig GarthwaiteModern Healthcare
02.07.2017
ABA's rejection of stricter Bar-Pass Rule draws support, criticismDaniel RodriguezThe National Law Journal
02.07.2017
Anniversary of 1812 earthquake ushers in preparedness monthSeth SteinWTTW - Chicago Tonight
09.20.2016
Later term births may offer future cognitive benefitsDavid FiglioThe Chicago Tribune
09.19.2016
Could a blood test diagnose depression?Eva RedeiSelf
04.25.2016
Can more money fix America's schools?Kirabo JacksonNPR