Conspiracy Theorists Aren't So Different From the Rest of Us
Researchers discover that conspiracy theorists are no more or less likely to find patterns in random noise, suggesting there's more to the phenomenon than just a need for order and control.
The Continuing Cost of Catholicism's Sex Abuse Scandals
New research finds church attendance and charitable giving has significantly declined in areas directly impacted by clergy sex scandals.
Why Do Scandals Destroy Some Politicians but Not Others?
We've seen some careers ended, and others accelerated. What does the research have to say about who is ruined by a scandal and who isn't?