Jack Levin, co-director of the Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict at Boston’s Northeastern University, said the perception is that crime is rampant when it isn’t close to where it was. […]
Overhauling the criminal-justice system, including shorter sentences, is a hot topic in Washington, with some Democrats and Republicans increasingly coalescing behind a view that incarceration times have gotten too long. Even […]
To achieve a neutral position, I needed to not only tilt the phone as prompted by the app, but also move it high in front of my face. That illustrates the […]
The lack of capital doesn’t just stunt the growth of the funds run by women, the report says—it’s often fatal for the funds. “Funds with at least one female manager fail […]
The U.S. Supreme Court just put its stamp of approval on the Obama administration’s health-care reform, and a Boston law professor thinks he knows what will happen next. In his 2014 […]
A major shift has been the reframing of responsibility for women’s safety. Until a few years ago, that burden was placed almost entirely on women, said Alison Kiss, the executive […]
Read the full article (PDF) In the past six years, Northeastern University has vaulted 42 spots in the powerful U.S. News & World Report college rankings. And not merely because it […]
Finally, the fall season offers the matchup sure to attract the biggest audience of the campaign: President Barack Obama going one-on-one with Republican Mitt Romney in three prime-time debates.
Northeastern University’s College of Business Administration has named Hugh Courtney to its top spot. Mr. Courtney is currently vice dean and a strategy professor at University of Maryland’s Robert H. […]
Men and women in their late teens and early 20s are struggling, but some are especially hard hit.
The region of eastern Turkey where an earthquake struck Sunday afternoon is seismically active, and one where construction engineering is only just starting to address that fact, experts say.