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M. Beatrice Magnani joins the show to discuss her recent study exploring the causes of earthquakes in Texas using seismic reflection imaging.
Holli-Anne Passmore joins the show to discuss her study on the positive psychological effects of observing and spending time in nature.
The experience of watching great American cities grovel for Amazon’s interest has been less than prime.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the FCC’s potential rollbacks of net neutrality, Roy Moore’s chances in Alabama, North Korea’s new designation as a state sponsor of terrorism and more.
Tho Pham joins the show to discuss her recent study exploring Twitter bot activity, including Russian Twitter bots, before the Brexit vote and 2016 American presidential election.
Eric Jones joins the show to discuss the evolution of Black Friday, the effect of online sales, and how perceptions of the shopping holiday have shifted over the years.
Rich Hanley returns to discuss the connection between football and Thanksgiving and how football mirrors America, including its current state of political turmoil.
Don’t eat like a dummy. Make the most of the holiday with our guide to good grub.
Ken Johnson discusses the mobility of Millennials and whether the generation will learn to save better than previous ones.
Ken Johnson joins the show to discuss his recent study that found that home ownership doesn’t necessarily correlate to greater wealth, upending a long-held notion about the American dream.
Emily LaFrance joins the show to discuss her recent study exploring the link between cannabis use and creativity.
If Lynch decides to respond to Trump, rest assured it’ll be short and simple.
Adrian Solgaard joins the show to discuss his creative background, the trials of starting a company from scratch, and Solgaard Design’s newest products.
Gary King joins the show to discuss his recent study measuring the impact of news media and Twitter discussion, including the surprising power of small media outlets.
If Al Franken doesn’t resign on his own, Democrats should demand him to.
Stephen Davis joins the show to discuss his forthcoming biography of Stevie Nicks, including the artist’s cultural resurgence and ongoing relevance in pop culture and rock n’ roll.
People’s Policy Project aims to make a progressive splash in the think tank world.
Pascal Wallisch joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the correlation between psychopathy and genres of music, and the importance of looking into how psychopaths view the world.
Like his pseudo-feminist bits, the comedian’s apology is meaningless.
Sorin Adam Matei joins the show to discuss his recent book that explores Wikipedia’s evolution as an organization, and where most of the site’s edits and content comes from.
On the Weekly Rundown, Joe discusses the Democratic victories, the further Trumpification of Fox News, and getting blocked by Verrit on Twitter.
Marcel Bonn-Miller joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring mislabeled CBD extracts sold online and the lack of federal regulation surrounding marijuana products.
Verrit blocks Clinton criticizers almost immediately.
Dr. Steve Billet returns to discuss the impact of the 2017 elections, Russia-related indictments, the rigging of the Democratic primary, and more.
Michael Betz discusses the policy recommendations put forth in the report, as well as other states and policies to emulate.
Michael Betz joins the show to discuss the report he co-authored on Ohio’s opiate crisis, including the economic factors that have played a role in it.
It’s a tragic world where a prominent Republican senator getting beat up is almost instantly forgotten.
Dean Falk joins the show to discuss her recent study that found modern humanity is no less violent than our ancient ancestors, and that spreading a “feel good” notion to the contrary is troubling.
Rich Hanley returns to discuss the evolution of NFL protesting, the league’s lower television ratings, and Colin Kaepernick’s football future.
As long as your name isn’t Colin Kaepernick, you might have a shot.
Eric Schumacher discusses how his study could potentially change the way daydreaming and mind wandering are perceived.

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