Greg Gianforte, GOP candidate in Montana election, charged with assaulting reporter

Gianforte allegedly tackled and punched 'Guardian' reporter Ben Jacobs,' yelling "Get the hell out of here!"

Daniel Fisher gets federal charges for threatening to blow up Minnesota mosque

The man had become "increasingly angry with Muslims since 9/11."
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The most popular kids aren't the bullies we should fear. Their friends are.

High school teens have their own One Percenters.
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Chrissy Teigen Takes Down the Trolls Criticizing Her Parenting Skills

"I went to dinner. People are pissed."
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We Asked a Sex and Dating Expert to Analyze Guys' Online Dating Messages

Men, take note once and for all: Here's what works... and what doesn't.

Yet Another Person of Color Violently Ejected From Donald Trump Rally

"Maybe he should have been roughed up because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing," Trump told Fox & Friends.
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New Study Confirms Racial Bias in Names

"The amount that our study participants assumed based only on a name was remarkable."

Tinder Just Threw a Hissy Fit at a Woman Who Rejected It

Bye, Felipe.

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No, Movies and Video Games Don't Make People More Violent

The science is in, the lies are out.

Study Finds Something Upsetting About People Who Cheat on Their Partners

And the numbers show it's a huge problem.

The Psychologically Proven Way to Win an Argument Every Time

Don't debate your opponent. Trick them.
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Gun Control Debate: Polls Show Americans Have Made Up Their Minds About Video Games

Recent polling shows that the majority of Americans, across party lines, don't believe the hype about video games and violence. So much for using that in the gun control debate.

Study: Athletic Girls Grow Into Competitive Businesswomen

Being aggressive on the sports field turns out to be one of the key experiences that can develop assertive women in the boardroom.

"Angry Trayvon" Should Never Have Made It to Google's App Store

The game "Angry Trayvon" has created immense outrage from the public and the developers are to blame.
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Workplace Bullying: Are You a Victim Or a Perpetrator?

Workplace bullying is no different than bullying in school.
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Guess Which Political Party Has the Strongest Muscles, Literally

A recent study reveals how much a man can bench press is a greater indicator of his stance on redistribution of resources and income than his political ideology.
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National Teacher Appreciation Day 2013: How Teachers Can Help Stop Bullying

May 7 is National Teacher's Day, and one oft-overlooked fact is how teachers are the front line of defense between children and bullies. Here's how they can help, and we can help them.

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Does Media Violence Cause Real Violence? A Definitive Guide

Does violent media cause violence in real life? Countless studies have come to countless different conclusions, making it increasingly difficult to enact effective policy. So who is right?

Mike Rice Firing: Rutgers Coach Ousting Doesn't Change Culture Of Hyper-Masculinity

The Rutgers athletic department may be cleaning house, but no one is talking about the root cause that leads to continued physical and sexual abuse scandals in sports.
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Gun Control Debate: Video Games Are Being Scapegoated For the Sandy Hook Shooting

Video games have been unfairly scapegoated in the wake of the Sandy Hook Shooting, in spite of scientific studies that show otherwise.

Adam Lanza Massacre Prompts Town to Start a Violent Video Game Buyback

Southington, a town less than an hour away from Newtown, is attempting to curtail violence by ending the possession of violent video games, CDs and DVDs.
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Adam Lanza Shooting: National Review Blames Massacre on "Feminized Setting" at Sandy Hook School

A prominent National Review writer blamed Adam Lanza's rampage on women, saying more men at the school would have prevented this tragedy.