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Snowden On Whistleblowing: 'Greater Commitment To Justice Than Fear Of The Law'Former NSA contractor and government surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden insists he is “not a hero, not a traitor” and that his leaks were a “moral obligation” and not done in self-interest.
Study: Computers Judge Personality More Accurately Than Human Friends, FamilyResearchers found that human -- including family and friends -- social keenness was a less effective judge of personality than that of artificial intelligence.
Study: Americans Are More Politically Biased Than RacistPolitical differences between Democrats and Republicans are increasingly moving to polar opposites, with their political biases spreading into their social lives more dramatically than race or religious differences.
Study: Racist Attitudes Linked To Gun OwnershipA study finds a connection between increased racist attitudes and US residents who keep guns in their households.
Housing, Food Costs Top Rising Tuition Prices At Many US CollegesDespite all the grumbling about tuition increases and student loan costs, other college expenses also are going up.
Study: Company CEOs Very Poor At Dealing With EmployeesA new study finds that company CEOs have poor people management and have difficulty engaging their board and co-workers in even the most basic ways.
Bill Clinton: Collins Coming Out 'Important Moment' For Pro SportsFormer President Bill Clinton is asking fans and colleagues of NBA player Jason Collins to support and respect him after Collins announced he is gay.
Obama Set To Announce Federal Initiative To Map The Human BrainPresident Obama has announced a broad new research initiative to map and explore the human brain.
Newark Mayor, Senate Hopeful Booker Wrote In College He Had 'Hated Gays' In a 1992 column in his college newspaper, now-Newark, N.J. Mayor Cory Booker wrote that he was "disgusted by gays" before a transformative experience with a gay peer counselor changed his views.