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I recently wrote about how ideology and confirmation bias has infiltrated research into the opioid overdose issue. I spoke about how researchers can "spin" their findings to comport with the prevailing narrative and improve the likelihood of gett

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Sixteen percent of U.S. adults say they smoked a cigarette in the past week, by one percentage point the lowest level on record since Gallup first asked this question in 1944.

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A new Rasmussen poll reports that a majority of voters think so, and it certainly feels that way. Since Donald Trump's election in November, the pace and intensity of deeply divisive rhetoric has accelerated. Antifa and the Alt-Right are literally

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A new NBC poll revealed some surprising information about how Americans view Russia. The mainstream media has been uniformly critical of Russia, including claims that it manipulated US elections. Who is buying this line and who's rejecting it?