Longer lines! Fewer flights! Doomsday delays! So let's not further fan the fire: This chart shows which sectors would be hit hardest by cuts to federal grants to states — amounting to $427.6 billion over the next ten years.
The Human Rights Campaign's social media blitz was so effective that Facebook engineers decided to map the portions of the United States, county by county, where users were most likely to change their avatar.
Do you remember compatibility tests you'd do in junior high or high school to see which of your classmates you were best suited to be your significant other? Yeah, the Washington Post took that idea and applied it to the Supreme Court.
According to Microsoft's numbers, the biggest share of spam is for drugs
The once and maybe future frontrunner's name recognition waned since 2007
A garbage man camping out to buy the iPhone 4S may set the record at 240 hours
With the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell this week, the U.S. joins the list
Global warming won't be kind to sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia
The poverty rate's jumped to 22 percent for U.S. minors, while staying only 9 percent for seniors
Say you found a great article on the Internet. Which network should you share it on?
The most powerful predictor of mistrusting Muslims: trusting Fox News
From 2009 to 2010 there was a 30 percent surge in air traffic between the two nations
Traffic to main daily coupon sites Groupon and LivingSocial declined in July
A new poll reveals which business sectors are the best and least liked among Americans
Two-thirds of Americans think parents need to put more pressure on students
Most also say they do worse in classes without them
They end up spending about half their time doing leisure activities
Paul ranks 10th among candidates in news coverage
Only 2.7 percent of what U.S. consumers buy is Chinese made
Map confirms it: poverty underpins riots
The practice of anonymous tipping peaked in the 1970s, a report finds
Tea Partiers were twice as likely to contact a representative
Lessons on Afghanistan, and online journalism, too
We count the number of field offices for each electoral vote to figure out priorities
But it's still nowhere near Facebook's 750 million users
Researchers look at how business reporters talk about markets as an indicator
File under macroeconomic questions you never asked
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