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Politicians are Inundating Americans With Gun-Related Ads

Americans are focused on gun violence and politicians are taking note.

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What men still don't grasp about sexual harassment

Women believe companies will need to do more to make safe workplaces.

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#NeverAgain: A Generation Finds Its Voice

Centennials have demanded a part in the national dialogue.

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Trump’s Healthcare Battle Takes a Toll

Americans see no relief from the high cost of healthcare.

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The Credit Card Rewards Consumers Like Best

Consumers prefer a stable rate when it comes to rewards.

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A community's Pulse

More LGBTQ than straight respondents feel vulnerable to health and welfare issues, discomfort over uncertainty in their lives

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From The Archive

The Kavanaugh confirmation process triggered a wave of television ads.
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Political advertising has already reached a fever pitch a month before the election.
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Marijuana use isn't widespread, but it has a largely positive perception among Americans.
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The majority of Americans don't own guns and desire increased legislation.
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Latest Stories

The rise of the voice technology is as big a shift as the launch of the smartphone.

Advertisers are testing the waters to see if new approaches help them stand out.

Canada’s recreational cannabis market is expected to be worth $3 to $5 billion.

China’s mainland is a distant leader in mobile payment adoption among six APAC markets, according to a Lightspeed survey.

Walmart suggested that its current investment phase would never truly be over

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