Debt actually makes you sick. Here's why — and how to pay off the money you owe to enjoy life again.

How does debt affect your health? Find out what studies show about the impact of debt and stress.


Ian Grillot, who intervened in Kansas bar shooting, gifted $100,000 from Indian-Americans

"Ian Grillot is a man who reminds us of the promise of America and its greatness," the group said.

Trump Approval Rating: Here's how public sentiment has changed since Trump's inauguration

Amid near-constant controversy, President Donald Trump has managed to maintain historically low approval ratings.

How to break the habit of checking your phone all the time

Stop being the person who's always on their phone.

Only 6% of Americans Got All These Science Questions Right. Can You Do Better?

Science says we're bad at science.


We Share Everything With Our Friends. Should we Share Passwords, Too?

Do you trust me? GIVE ME YOUR PASSWORD.

What's Wrong With Women Who Don't Want Kids?

It's time to cool it with the "cat lady" jokes.

This One Stat Perfectly Sums Up the Lame Reality of Online Dating

We're all guilty of this.


This New Platform Is Tackling Online Harassment In An Unprecedented Way

It's time to focus on survivors.

Since 2000, America's Middle Class Has Shrunk in Every Single State in the Union

The American middle class is officially dying.

There's One Topic We Still Won't Discuss Online

Sometimes face-to-face still is best.


What Will America Look Like in 2060? 9 Bold Predictions About Our Future

The U.S. is about to undergo some radical demographic shifts that will make our country a more beautiful, open place.

What if Facebook as a Company Had a "Look Back" Video? This is What it Would Be.

Here's what the last 10 years of Facebook might have been best summed up if it had turned the looking glass on itself rather than your posts.

6 Oddly Fascinating Facts You Didn't Know About Facebook

Guess how many Facebook friends most people have.

U.S. Veterans Have Fought For You, Now It's Your Turn to Stand Up For Them

Veterans' needs are not charitable; they are opportunistic.


Poll: More Americans Believe in Ghosts Than Approve Of Congress

Here's hoping this scary thought makes your Halloween even better.

Pew Center Research Poll: Facebook Has Made Consuming News a Form Of Self-Expression

The Pew Research Center released a study on Thursday examining the ways in which Facebook affects Americans' consumption of news, with interesting results.

This Study Found Out Just How Many People Still Aren't Using the Internet and Why

The Pew Research Center recently found that 15% of Americans do not use the internet. How in the world is this possible? Who the heck are these relics of antiquity?

3 Charts That Prove Prison Reform is the Most Important Economic Issue in America

Fifty years after the March on Washington for jobs and freedom, mass incarceration continues to stifle job opportunities for minorities.

NSA PRISM Program: Poll Shows the Public Chooses Security Over Privacy

Reaction to the NSA's spying scandal on social media (and this website) has largely been outraged. But a poll of the wider public shows we may be living in a bubble.


Pew News Quiz: What Do You Know About the News?

The Pew Research Center recently conducted a survey testing the "News IQ" of each participant. How much of news junkie are you?

When 1 in 5 Americans Don't Belong to a Religion, is God Dead in 2013?

Forget the hype and believe the stats. Religious affiliation is falling, and more Americans than ever label themselves as “nones.”

Are Millennials Addicted to the Internet and Will the Internet Hurt Them in Decades to Come?

The Pew Center's study predicts the Millennial generation's constant use of the internet will change their brain wiring.