A report by Northeastern University’s Center for Labor Market Studies finds that less than 30 percent of U.S. teens had jobs in the summers of 2010 and 2011. Though the […]
Etan Patz’s disappearance haunted his family for decades. The arrest Thursday of a man who reportedly confessed to killing the 6-year-old back in 1979 may finally end their uncertainty.
Ever since the Sept. 11 attacks, airports have probably been the most heavily guarded sites when it comes to preventing terrorist attacks.
The Manhattan Institute reports that U.S. metropolitan areas are now more integrated than any time since 1910. The migration of African Americans to the South, gentrification and immigration have all […]
We’ve reported that crime continues to fall in the United States. The FBI said it was down for the first six months of the year and the Justice Department said […]
There’s nearly a year to go till the 2012 Presidential election and already the Republican field has faced off for at least ten debates since May. That intense schedule has […]
Columbus Day is a national holiday, celebrated with parades and songs. While most Americans know that Columbus sailed the ocean blue, many of the facts surrounding the voyage remain misunderstood. […]
Right now, armies of marketers, pollsters and social scientists are trying to figure out what Americans are thinking about — issues like global warming or Lady Gaga’s latest outfit. Surveys […]
Accurate dropout figures are very hard to find because most states don’t adequately collect or analyze the data.
Hearing gossip about people can change the way you see them â literally.
We’re often taken aback when a respected governor, political candidate, husband or wife is caught cheating. But psychologist David DeSteno argues that there’s a growing body of evidence that shows […]
On April 20, Lafe Solomon, the acting general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), issued a complaint against Boeing. Two years ago, the company had announced it was […]