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Featured Article

If your shampoo says “organic” on the label, it probably doesn’t mean anything (Buyer Beware)
Date: October 23, 2016
Author: Chase Purdy
QUOTE: for non-food items, such as shampoos, cosmetics, and textiles—there is no such certification process. The Federal Trade Commission has a “flexible” rule for industry, which requires marketers to have accurate and reliable science to back up their claims. But there is no formal definition for “organic” outside of food...

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Government & Politics / History

Why Donald Trump and Pam Bondi Probably Won’t Face a Corruption Investigation: The Supreme Court’s McDonnell decision seems to have put a chill on prosecutors.


To Crack Down on Securities Fraud, States Reward Whistle-Blowers

Law & Justice

Postmates has failed to make Uber-for-anything cheap, and is quietly misleading customers about it


Black Lives Matter Was Gaining Ground. Then a Sniper Opened Fire.

Social Sciences & Groups

Black Lives Matter Was Gaining Ground. Then a Sniper Opened Fire.


Philando Castile, Fatally Shot in His Car, Was a Magnet for Minor Traffic Stops

Media & Journalism

Is Donald Trump right about Hillary Clinton?


Dear Landlord: Don’t Rip Me Off When it Comes To Internet Access When building owners get kickbacks from big providers it’s the tenants who lose

Philosophy & Religion

Police used a robot to kill -- The key questions


One concept will dominate the Paris climate talks, and it has nothing to do with the climate

Science & Technology

How a happy moment for neuroscience is a sad moment for science: Systems neuroscience is celebrating a landmark, but one that shows the way we do science is broken.


Trump’s Republican National Convention speech massively distorted national crime statistics

Arts & Humanities

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The Nazi Art Theft Crisis in Europe

 

Personal Finance & Career

Dear Landlord: Don’t Rip Me Off When it Comes To Internet Access When building owners get kickbacks from big providers it’s the tenants who lose


Dear Landlord: Don’t Rip Me Off When it Comes To Internet Access When building owners get kickbacks from big providers it’s the tenants who lose

Businesses & Organizations

Postmates has failed to make Uber-for-anything cheap, and is quietly misleading customers about it


Donald Trump’s Deals Rely on Being Creative With the Truth

Computers & Information Technology

Police used a robot to kill -- The key questions


State Department email audit faults Hillary Clinton

Health & Medicine

Medical costs: Hospital observation can be pricey


Medical costs: Hospital observation can be pricey

Family & Friends & Interpersonal

This simple negotiation tactic brought 195 countries to consensus


Who Wants Free Love Anyway?

Education

Court Papers Give Insight Into Stanford Sex Assault


Former Trump University Workers Call the School a ‘Lie’ and a ‘Scheme’ in Testimony

Recreation & Entertainment

Is Softball Sexist?


The Wedding Fix Is In