Yes, NFL Teams Are Terrible at Drafting Players, but Why?
The basic economics of the draft—first-round picks are overvalued; the more players you draft, the better—are well known, but general managers still manage to ignore them. What once might have been an economic issue has become a psychological one.
Killing Pigs and Weed Maps: The Mostly Unread World of Academic Papers
According to one study, which was presumably read by more than three people, half of all academic papers are read by no more than three people.
The Dumb Debate Over Cell Phones in Movie Theaters
Everyone's solution: find somewhere else.
Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin Are Everywhere
While some have said that the situation with the Miami Dolphins is unique to football, workplace bullying is ubiquitous.
How Cheating Got Me a First-Class Flight to London
There are countless ways to game the airline miles system, but does that mean you should take advantage?
Q&A: Abraham Lincoln Wanted the Freed Slaves to Leave America
No, you don't, but it happened well into his presidency. Aaron Gordon speaks to the man who has tried to paint a true, human portrait of the Great Emancipator—even if we don't want to hear it.