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Introducing GOOD 027: The Migration Issue

Off the map: It's where we're going.

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What's Wrong With This Picture? When Juxtaposing Past and Present Sends the Wrong Message

When we juxtapose how it was then with how it is now, we dismiss all the time in between as irrelevant.

If you've been on the internet in the last two days, you may be aware that many people aren't too happy about North Carolina voters' decision to approve a constitutional amendment that strengthens the state's existing ban on gay marriage. And true to internet form, that sentiment resulted in plenty of memes, quotes, tweets, and GIFs.

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The GOOD 30-Day Challenge: Sleep Better

Throughout the month, we'll offer tips, ideas, and resources for becoming a healthier and better sleeper.

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One Is Not Enough: Why Creative People Need Multiple Outlets

The most interesting, creative people I know express themselves in a variety of ways. I used to do it myself.

I can still remember the satisfaction I took from dragging a crayon against a particularly toothy piece of paper in a coloring book when I was very young. Unlike the cliché, I was trying to stay in the lines, but even then, it was the creation process that gave me the most pleasure, not the results. A year or so later, I began to draw freehand, and from that point on no blank page, post-it note, page margin, envelope, or napkin was safe.

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The Last Words: Texas Death Row Inmates' Final Statments

A heartbreaking snapshot of 280 men and one woman killed at the hands of the state.

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Do You Know Your Overdraft Status? Bank Fees Still Bite Consumers

Don’t get caught paying $40 or more for a $5 cup of coffee. Consider your opt-ins.

Do you know if you’ve opted into your bank’s overdraft fee program? If you aren’t sure, you might find yourself on the hook for unexpected—and unfair—fees.

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