The Most Popular Posts on PSmag.com and Other Stuff We Liked This Past Week

No surprise, the traffic juggernauts were stories about relationships and booze.
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Every week, we share with you our top posts and some of our favorite reads from across the Web. Get all of this—and more—directly in your inbox by signing up for our twice-weekly newsletter.

Last week, we learned about what "home" means to different people and entities, and we explored the research behind what's happening in Ferguson. But, no surprise, the traffic juggernauts were stories about relationships and booze.

1. Poached Partners Make Unreliable Mates

2. The Truth We Won't Admit: Drinking Is Healthy

3. Just Kill All the Comments Already

4. The Painful Paradox of Coercive Sexuality

5. Do Dogs Understand When a Soldier Comes Home?

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Plus, some fun picks from around the Web. What we clicked on this week:

  • Maps and graphics from the nascent years of political science: In 1880, the first time election results were mapped at a county level, Republicans were blue while Democrats were red. These early years of political science produced some amazing graphics like the one below showing American political parties since 1776.

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