Did you know October was National Bullying Prevention Month? Researchers at Clemson University are finding that campaigns such as NBPM are not reaping the results organizer had hoped.
The United State owns the market on personal data with companies like Facebook and Google. This puts America in a position of power when talking about privacy rights. But that may mean being at odds with the international community.
Why aren't millennials saving money? One reason is that the crippling recession has made the generation distrustful of banks. Another is that they hardly have any money to save, especially after paying down debt.
When prison populations began to surge in the mid-20th century, it changed the entire social dynamic of incarceration. Prison gangs grew out of a need for inmates to organize and defend themselves.
Google has launched "Google Bus Bangladesh," an educational program aimed at teaching 500,000 young Bangladeshis about the internet. Bangladesh is the world's 8th most populous nation yet many of its 157 million people remain offline.
Winter is coming, bringing along with it an icy chill and one more reason not to go to the gym. But there are a few personal strategies and mental hacks you can employee to get yourself geared up for your workout.
Employers who provide their workers with an on-site canteen or cafeteria tend to sport workforces with higher morale and boosted productivity.
Humans weren't a part of the mosquito's diet thousands of years ago, and researchers have isolated the genes to prove it.
The severity of a given climate strongly correlates with the extent to which a god intervenes directly in human affairs and supports a clear moral code.
How has President Obama agreed to cut carbon emissions with bitter opposition in the legislature cemented by last week's midterm elections?
A recent study out of Russia concludes there are two new sleep types: those who are most productive at the start and end of the day but feel sluggish during the middle hours, and the reverse.
Rather than clear arable land for solar power farms, engineers have proposed using the millions of square miles of roadway and parking lots to gather in solar energy.
A week from today, researchers will gather for a neuroscience conference in Washington D.C. titled "Gut Microbes and the Brain: Paradigm Shift in Neuroscience."
While kind of discount airlines that Europe enjoys have not caught in the United States, an Icelandic carrier named WOW Air will soon offer inexpensive transatlantic flights.
What would it take to create a system of principles that guide our behavior without a religious grounding?