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So Long Capital Punishment

Very quietly, the death penalty in the United States is disappearing. The post So Long Capital Punishment appeared first on The Good Men Project.

A New Book Looks At How Working Women Are Shortchanged

An Equal Pay Day protest—photo by the Australian Services Union. We all know that women across the United States make less money than men. But on top of that, the industries that employ majority women are also the most likely industries to lack basic labor laws. Show More Summary

Assessing the USMNT Center-Back Situation Ahead of the Gold Cup

With the start of the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup just over two months away, the competition for the 23 spots on the United States men's national team roster is starting to heat up. The position with the biggest spotlight on it between now...Show More Summary

Far fewer black men than black women

Justin Wolfers, David Leonhardt, and Kevin Quealy for the Upshot explore the gender gap between the black male and female populations in the United States. It's wide. They are missing,… Tags: census, race, Upshot

NYT Report: There Are 1.5 Million Missing Black Men in the United States

The disparity is incredible. According to a sweeping new New York Times report, one out of every six black men in the United States is missing. 1.5 million black males between the ages of 25 and 54 have disappeared from free society, mostly as a result of death or jail. Show More Summary

NYC Has 118,000 Missing Black Men

A new report shows that more than one of every six black men in the United States who should be between the ages of 25 and 54 have "disappeared" from daily life, mostly due to incarceration or death. Nowhere is this number greater than in New York City, where there are 118,000 fewer black men than there should be. [ more › ]

Hillary Clinton Must Also Be Vocal on Issues Black Gay Men Face

Before last week's big announcement, everyone knew Hillary "Little Engine That Could" Clinton, was running (again) for President of the United States. She'd stepped down from her role as Secretary of State, written a tome on her time...Show More Summary

2015 Boston Marathon results: Marcel Hug, Tatyana McFadden win wheelchair divisions

Marcel Hug won the men's wheelchair race while Tatyana McFadden captured the title on the women's side. Marcel Hug of Switzerland and Tatyana McFadden of the United States earned victories in this year's wheelchair races at the Boston Marathon on Monday. Show More Summary

USMNT Watch: Freddy Adu Makes 1st Start in Finland

In a week when the latest fresh face made an exciting debut for the United States men's national team, one of its biggest busts made his first start for a club most people had previously never heard of. Freddy Adu, who made 17 appearances...Show More Summary

Going inside last week’s USA-Mexico soccer friendly with Rob Stone

Last week’s USA-Mexico friendly was a big test for Fox Sports 1. Its first primetime U.S. Men’s National team broadcast from within the United States gave the network an opportunity to prove to soccer fans it can give the beautiful game the gravitas that ESPN provided dating back to 2008 UEFA European Championship. Show More Summary

USA vs. Mexico: Winners and Losers from International Friendly

The United States men's national team defeated Mexico by the famous 2-0 score once again on Wednesday night in San Antonio. Jordan Morris and Juan Agudelo netted a goal each for the Yanks, who remained undefeated in contests againstShow More Summary

USA vs. Mexico: Live Score, Highlights from International Friendly

The United States men's national team and Mexico will renew their rivalry at the Alamodome in San Antonio at 8:30 p.m. ET. Because the fixture does not land in a FIFA window, both sides will be represented by domestic players instead...Show More Summary

Landon Donovan Talks USA-Mexico Friendly, Gives Thoughts on Mexico Hating Him

The United States men's national soccer team renews its heated rivalry with Mexico in San Antonio on Wednesday night in an international friendly. Since 2000, the USA has had the better of its southern neighbors, winning 12 while losing only five of the 22 matches. Show More Summary

Protesters gather in New York to demonstrate against police violence

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By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Reuters) - Protesters angered by fresh cases of police violence against unarmed black men in the United States gathered in New York on Tuesday, hoping to invigorate a national discussion on the thorny issue. Show More Summary

Women still make less than men, and it costs them billions every year

A full-time female employee in the United States makes 78 cents for every dollar a man earns, according to a new report Published by the nonprofit organization National Partnership for Families & Women, the report was released to mark...Show More Summary

Men More Likely to Time-Travel and Kill Hitler

If they had a time machine, men would be more likely than women to travel to pre-World War II Europe and kill Hitler, according to a recently published study. Researchers from the United States, Canada and Germany conducted a meta-analysis...Show More Summary

Is Jack Sock Emerging as New Hope for US Men's Tennis?

Men from the United States once ruled tennis with an iron grip. Between 1974 and 2003, American males accounted for 46 Grand Slam wins, dwarfing all other nations. But like most dynasties in history, they lost control of their throne...Show More Summary

What Should USMNT Boss Jurgen Klinsmann Do at Forward Position vs. Mexico?

When the United States men's national soccer team roster for Wednesday's friendly against Mexico was released Sunday night, fear crept into the minds of USMNT fans when they glanced at the list of available forwards. The current No.Show More Summary

Workout Supplements Could Be Causing Testicular Cancer

Image via Flickr user Noodles and Beef Researchers can’t explain why incidence of testicular cancer has risen from 3.7 cases per 100,000 men in 1975, up to 5.9 cases per 100,000 in 2011. In the United States, 8,500 men are diagnosedShow More Summary

Scent behaviors are changing

Scent behaviors are changing in the United States. Colognes and other lighter-concentration fragrances are growing in popularity among women, while eau de parfum (EDP) and other high-concentration scents are gaining ground among men, according to a new NPD Group analysis. — Read more at In US Fragrance, Men Going Stronger, Women Trending Softer at Perfumer […]

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