Are selfless good deeds possible?

"A recent study found that aspiring millennial entrepreneurs aren't just thinking about how they can help, but if their contribution will be valued by the recipients."

The article contains two mistakes. Can you spot them?

"Psychology is weird. Everybody judges. Within a few seconds of seeing someone - whether it's on a date or at the grocery store - we decide a number of things about them, from how smart they are to how likely they are to commit a crime. Surprisingly, our first impressions can be remarkably accurate in some instances. In others, they can be wildly off-base."

"Pew Research found that 59% of adults now think online dating is a good way to meet people. Even in 2005, 20% of same-sex couples were meeting online. That rocketed to 70% by 2010, say sociologists Michael Rosenfeld and Reuben Thomas.[...] How many couples will have met online this Valentine's Day? More than ever before is the safe answer, as online dating continues to sweep the world."

"The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents"

A new face of charity explained by the founder of Mazí Masa restaurant which trains and employs refugee women.

Is a starving dog art? These "works" might shock some as they drive their point home.

Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?

"In America, the term "Christmas" still has a strongly religious connotation to it (despite what years of Santa and the "buy buy buy" mentality have done to the spirit of holiday). [...] The saying in Britain seems to have lost its religious meaning."

With the office Christmas party season now in full swing, how do you survive the festive season without mishap?

Parenting in the age of modern technology.

Click the picture to view a list of the top 10 modern prison programs to help offenders get their lives back on the right track. As a bonus, watch this short video about "luxury prisons" in Norway.

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