Scientists figured out a way to let you compose music using just your brain

It's not just for making tunes.

Here's how much money your time is really worth

Use this guide to calculate the true financial value of your time.

How to make 80 times what the Apple CEO earns

CEOs in private equity make ten times what the CEOs of big banks make.

There's Good News for Women Who've Been Cheated On — You Win in the End

Trust us — karma's a bitch.

Bark'N'Borrow Is the Tinder for Dogs You've Been Dreaming Of

"Down to bone" just got a whole new meaning.
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Getting Too Little Sleep Can Have Major Health Implications as You Get Older

Sleep is important, but we don't always have the time for it.
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Caitlyn Jenner Finally Receives New Nameplate at Sherwood Country Club

True acceptance is allowing ANYONE to pay hundreds of thousands for membership.
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The Secret to the Perfect Anniversary Gift, According to Science

It doesn't need to cost money...

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11 Lies We Need to Stop Telling About Breakups

There is no "golden rule" for breakup recovery.
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7 Biggest Mistakes 20-Somethings Make When Starting Their Careers

Mistakes that can affect the long-term.
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Debt Ceiling 2013: Don't Worry, Millennials — These GOP Senators Want Default For Your Own Good

In jarring comments to PolicyMic, several Republican senators prove how out of touch they are with fiscal policy and young people.

PolicyMic Movie Guide: What to See, Stream, and Skip This Week

Gut-wrenching drama, Southern charm, and motherlovers make up our picks for the best movies to see in theaters, stream online, or skip entirely this week.
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Two Simple Things Every American Should Know About the Smart Grid

With the growth of new energy technologies and the current, out of date power grid, implementing the smart grid is the logical next step to remain commensurate with technological change.

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July Unemployment Rate: Manufacturing Means Nothing Without Job Growth

The June ISM index increased to 50.9 but that won't mean much compared to the unemployment numbers released on Friday.
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5 Things to Do This Summer If You're An Unemployed College Grad

Let loose, because you're not going to have the chance to do this once you're working full-time!
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Erick Erickson: Fox News Contributor Fears Rise in Female Breadwinners

A new study shows that 40% of households boast a woman as the breadwinner. So, Fox News came to the only viable conclusion: the dissolution of American society and human nature.
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Boston Marathon Bombings: What Do They Mean For Sequestration Cuts?

House Democrats see a correlation between the sequester cuts the government undertook earlier this year and the Boston Marathon bombings, feeling that there could have been better prevention.

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Will Obamacare Make Young People Pay More for Insurance?

Panic-inducing reports of double-digit premium rate growth in the next year are debatable, and of questionable credibility.
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State of the Union - Obama on the American Jobs Act

There will be two big highlights in Obama's other-wise-boring speech: The rebuttals by Marco Rubio and Rand Paul.
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State Of the Union 2013: Why Every Millennial Needs to Watch

Obama will give his second State of the Union address on Tuesday night. So why should millennials, or anyone for that matter, tune in? The economy, stupid.
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Sequestration 2013: How We Can Avoid Massive Budget Cuts

The next, smart step for the White House and Congress: comprehensive tax and entitlement reform.
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Porn Star 'Tiffany Six' Appeal Denied: Where Stacie Halas Can Go From Here

Fired teacher Stacie Halas, aka "Tiffany Six," had her appeal to continue teaching denied on Tuesday. Here's how she can turn things around.

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Obama Meet the Press: 6 Priorities of the President's Second Term

In an interview on Meet the Press, President Obama outlined his second term agenda.
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Fiscal Cliff 2013: Here Is the Right Way to Reform the Defense Budget

The upcoming fiscal cliff has forced Congress to identify spending cuts across the federal budget, which will include reductions to the Department of Defense budget. Here's how it should happen.
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Latest Presidential Polls Reveal Absolutely Nothing about Presidential Election

Daily polls are frivolous, useless pieces of independent information whose only purpose is to pad the egos of the pundits quoting them.
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Euro Cup 2012: FIFA is Corrupt, But Here Are 5 Things Soccer Teaches Us About Good Governance

Soccer works, because unlike so many badly governed public agencies, NGOs, and projects, it gets key things right. How soccer works can provide useful insights for how we think about development.