“They’re gonna put y’all back in chains.” Vice President Biden may have thought he was talking about Republican economic policy in front of an audience with several African Americans in attendance, but to many, he was talking about race.
A Pennsylvania judge has rejected claims that the state’s controversial voter-ID law disenfranchises poor, urban voters. As a result, the state’s 8.2 million registered voters will be required to present a state-approved voter ID when they head to the polls on November 6.
Does the chance of getting caught affect how likely we are to cheat? Under what conditions are you most likely to cheat? Does working with others make us more or less honest? These are questions that behavioral economist Daniel Ariely dove into with over 30,000 people.