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Americans lost $116.9 billion gambling in 2016.
A new report says there's not as much evidence of physical harm as you might think.
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Turns out those violent video games might be a blessing in disguise.
Build up, tear down—new technology stirs up a cycle of progress and cynicism we've seen all throughout history.
Easter eggs have been hidden in video games since Atari's Adventure; now Google search has hidden an entire adventure game.
Twenty years ago, Nintendo asked America to try to catch 'em all. We still haven't (legitimately) captured a Mew.
Hasbro is releasing a Cheaters Edition Monopoly that encourages players to get ahead in any way they can.
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A new study suggests always-improving video games are keeping young men without college educations unemployed or out of the workforce entirely.