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FDR's decision to make Thanksgiving a week earlier in 1939 was a public relations turkey, with Republicans and Democrats holding opposing views.

Eighty years ago, just over half of Americans thought a girl needed to be 18 to marry, but 22% put the number under 18 and 25% over 18.

by Coleen McMurray and Frank Newport

A substantial percentage of small businesses in the U.S. report having no active social media strategy or use of e-commerce for customer interactions.