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How do moral norms serve these functions? In following moral norms we engage in behavior that enables these functions of morality to be fulfilled....

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By Sophia Chen IN DECEMBER 2015, a group of scientists carried tools into a chamber inside of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Usually, the room was...

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By Brandon Withrow What has improved American lives most in the last 50 years? According to a Pew Research study reported this month, it’s not civil rights...

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By Aaron Wherry Gov. Gen. Julie Payette said a few interesting things on Wednesday night. And if that's interesting it's because governors general generally tend to avoid saying...

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By Jack Jenkins The newly unveiled Republican tax reform bill includes a provision that will likely make leaders of the Religious Right very happy—by amending...

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By Rebecca Leber Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt on Tuesday used the Bible to explain his major changes to the composition of the agency’s independent science advisory committees, which...

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By Katie Kindelan An 11-year-old girl inspired by the Flint, Mich., water crisis has been named “America’s Top Young Scientist” after she developed a device...

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By Mark Oppenheimer Since the founding of the republic, there have been dozens of Protestant ministers in Congress, and a handful serve right now. Two...

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By Jeanne Goldberg “My dear Kepler, what would you say of the learned here, who, replete with the pertinacity of the asp, have steadfastly refused to...

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By Rob Tornoe In 2012, I mailed my Eagle Scout badge back to Boy Scout headquarters. Despite the fact I consider the time I spent as...