A legacy of corruption leads the citizenry more toward resignation and connivance than to activism, a new study looking at Mexico reports.
Feeling let down by that financial firm you invested in? New research suggests class-action lawsuits should go after the people responsible for your loss, not the company.
Continental and United’s proposed merger entails a relocation of Continental’s headquarters to Chicago. Houstonians (rightfully) fear that this means a relocation of charitable contributions, too.
Music festivals, like the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, provide a model for reducing the carbon footprint of large events.
Research shows that in Canada, health determines who sees a specialist, but in the U.S., income does.
Researchers find that poor smokers' children are the victims of the habit: Their nutrition takes a hit when their parents divert precious resources to pay for tobacco.
Researchers have found a protein that may be the immune system's fountain of youth.
A cross-national comparison of alcohol and marijuana use among adolescents indicates that stricter laws may prevent high school kids from drinking, but not from smoking pot.
Research shows that nutritional information about fast food inspires parents to make healthier choices for their kids.
Rebates for energy-efficient appliances don't stand up to the economic analysis that, until now, no one bothered to do.
If you commit to a public service salary for 10 years, the government will forgive your student loans.
A new study finds that people watch the news more for affirmation than for information.
New research shows that when corporations relocate their headquarters to new cities, they bring with them millions of dollars in charitable contributions.
Privacy and security expert Fred H. Cate believes we can make it safer to fly without a new airport security system — but we do need to improve the one we have.