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Imagining what it's like busking is somewhat of an easy task -- even if you're someone who cannot fathom the idea of performing in public.
It turns out that Americans of the modern age are no happier than you are. How could this be?
Nearly everyone we talked to told us that they too had always wondered what everyone else was doing.
How genius would it be if Trump were to announce, just as he started to drop in the Iowa and New Hampshire polls, that his campaign was in fact not a legitimate quest for the presidency, but rather to conduct the world's greatest social experiment?
To improve the process of ethical oversight of research, we need to change our attitudes, and recognize far more fully that complicated moral issues, strains and vagaries are involved.
The perception that homeless people are to blame for their circumstances may lead to discrimination and prevent them from
If only the world would approach hunger like two kids at a kitchen table. H/T Faith It To take action against world hunger
“A lot of us have been made to feel like outcasts,” the 24-year-old college student told HuffPost. “Western-born Muslims
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Albach, who has shot similar activist videos in the past, staged his latest experiment by filming fellow student Zakaria
Certainly there were times in my 10 month stint without a phone, that I thought, "What the hell am I doing?"
Warning: The video above features actors, but some readers may find the footage disturbing. The video above shows witnesses
Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter The video spurred discussion on the topic and inspired many, like Facebook user
Two-thirds of strangers on the street have your back. The other 33 percent? Not exactly. "I was quite shocked with some of
Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter h/t Good News Network One man decided to take some time -- and cash -- to give back
If guys felt so comfortable approaching me about my looks in a platonic setting, how might guys react to my different levels of makeup when engaging in a potentially romantic scenario?
Most of us avoid making eye contact with people we don't know at all cost, but research has shown interacting with strangers, whether at a cafe or on a train, can actually make us happier.
This social experiment showed that (most) people are truly good. The video above, called "The Honesty Test," was shot in
Columnist Alli Reed's online dating experiment is enough to make you cancel your profile, swear off men altogether and take up a sex-replacement hobby like baking.
Watch the video clip above to learn more about the social experiment, and head over to Reader's Digest to learn more. New
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Both approaches yielded powerful narratives, but the plethora of reactions displayed in her video (posted below), ranging