And it's called hostile attribution bias.
For 150 years, the American education system has been: A) teaching kids what they don't know or B) dividing kids and teachers into meaningless categories. Answer: B.
Donald Kagin holds the only doctorate degree in the study of the so-called hobby of kings.
If the problem isn’t straightforward racism or benighted drug laws, what is it?
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A decade ago, people started panicking about the collapse of the honeybee population and the crash of our food supply. But today there are more honeybees than there were then. We have engineered our way to a frenzied and precarious new normal.
How an Oxford don is helping the tech giant understand the nature of modern identity—and stay out of court.
Los Angeles gave America the modern street gang. Groups like the Crips and MS-13 have spread from coast to coast, and even abroad. But on Southern California's streets they have been vanishing. Has L.A. figured out how to stop the epidemic it set loose on the world?