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Image by PBS NewsHourProducers of the most popular podcast in history announced two new seasons Wednesday, beginning this fall. “We are hard at work reporting not one, but two distinct new stories,” “Serial” producers said in...
Photo by Yuri Alexandre/Getty Images Science Magazine has officially retracted a study that argued a single conversation could change a person’s opinion on a divisive issues, namely gay marriage. The December 2014 study showed that people who...
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Editor’s Note: Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini stunned corporate America when in January he announced that Aetna would raise its minimum wage to $16 an hour. Economics correspondent Paul Solman sat down with Bertolini to talk about the decision and...
An employee of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries watches pill bottles on a conveyor belt at the company’s Jerusalem oral solid dosage plant (OSD) December 21, 2011. Israel-based Teva is the world’s leading generic drugmaker. Photo by Ronen...
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