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The Science of Boredom

In our fast-paced, always-on world, stress and burnout are skyrocketing. But now scientists have discovered an unexpected way out of the hamster wheel: boredom. Boredom is much more than pointless idleness. It sparks creativity and refreshes our brains.

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The Social Trap: 5 Women vs the Big 5

Adolescents who are connected to their smartphones for more than 5 hours a day are 66% more likely to suffer suicidal symptoms than those who use it for 1 hour a day. 44 U.S. states are currently suing Meta, blaming it for the malaise of an entire generation. Among them are 5 women who have chosen to turn their daily lives upside down to fight back against the Big 5.

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True Believer: And God Created Trump

Produced by Luc and Virginie Besson and directed by Laurence Haïm, one of the few journalists permanently accredited on Donald Trump’s press plane during the 2016 election, this is a unique look at the 2024 Presidential election.

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OnlyFans: The New Sex Workers

Platforms like MYM and OnlyFans are transforming the sex industry. More than just channels for selling nude photos or videos: they’re also communication platforms, enabling ‘fans’ to connect with and proposition ‘content creators’. But who are the people behind the webcams?

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Library Wars

Cultural wars have transformed politics in the US into identity politics dividing the electorate and calcifying political differences and party loyalties. For the past decades, abortion divided the country and the voters. Now it’s public libraries that have been transformed into the new battlefields in America’s cultural wars.

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International Adoptions: A Global Scandal

Over the past sixty years, over a million ‘orphans’ were adopted by Western families from around the world. Now many are discovering their past was a lie.

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Israel, The Radical Temptation

After seventy-five years of existence, Israel is at a turning point. The country is facing a crisis never seen before: a crisis that smacks of civil war.

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