Three innovators have created an approach that has greatly reduced — and just might end — homelessness.
Letters to the Editor: A guide to political funding across the country, courtesy of the National Institute on Money in State Politics.
We look at studies analyzing Major League Baseball's race relations, economics and pop-ups.
History professor and blogger Juan Cole succeeds at debunking American myths about the Muslim world. It's the policy prescription that's trite.
Using game theory and market-design software, doctors are arranging kidney-transplant 'swaps' — sometimes in long chains — to give more people with renal disease better transplant options and healthier futures.
If you're looking for someone to blame for the subprime mortgage fiasco, don't stop at George Bush. Go all the way back to Herbert Hoover.
It's not sexy enough to make a Grey's Anatomy episode, but better primary health care would save a lot of money — and lives.
Amid severe economic gloom, some top executives take a pay cut, but it's unclear how widely the salary correction will spread.
A trade case with Canada highlights the evidence linking everyday products to the feminization and outright disappearance of males from every species — including ours.
The consistent correlation between women executives and high profitability.
A nonprofit group is working to create the new Rwanda, made by orphans.
Waiting for the Byrd to squawk, or how to tell if Congress and the White House are serious about fixing the economy.
A look at studies that highlight music's affect on memory, the sturdiness of beer bottles and, of course, French rap.
Professor Nalini Nadkarni enlists a Washington state prison in sustainability research that has turned the prison green — and may help convicts turn their lives around.
It could be Key2SafeDriving, a new device that wirelessly links a cell phone and car key so your teenager can't call or text while driving.