Ten states are seeking to introduce waivers, requiring that Medicaid beneficiaries maintain regular employment in order to continue to receive benefits.
A Kaiser Family Foundation poll shows Americans support a more inclusive health-care system.
Anti-immigrant rhetoric may affect a broader population of people than previously thought.
A study by the Government Accountability Office finds that black students, boys, and students with disabilities were disproportionately disciplined.
A Pacific Standard analysis shows the oil and gas industry is among the tax bill's greatest financial beneficiaries.
What good are financial technologies if low-income folks don't have high-speed Internet to access them?
New research offers a step toward understanding how Facebook users find science news in this age of quick content circulation.
These three charts show that new proposed work requirements are a solution in search of a problem.
The income gap has been virtually unchanged for the last 50 years, and rising income inequality is part of the reason why.
The tax reform legislation will simply place more burden on an already overtaxed agency.
It appears the uninsured rate will only continue to go up.
Science and tech jobs are among America's highest-paying and fastest-growing, but women and minorities in the field report they face unfair barriers in the workplace.
Spanish flu, HIV/AIDS, drug overdoses: Epidemics that affect the young often show up dramatically in the data.
Senator Marco Rubio says he'll vote against any tax reform plan that doesn't include big changes to the Child Tax Credit. The data shows his concerns are valid.
A new analysis finds that every income group looks quite a bit worse by 2027 under the revised Senate tax reform legislation.
But white men are still directing the majority of television shows.
Republicans' tax reform legislation would give middle-class Americans a nice break, but only in the short term.
A new report argues that black television helmers hire more black writers—and give characters of color much-needed, nuanced narratives.