What do Lebron James, a lucky coin and a smelly goat have in common? They are all part of a rich tradition of sports superstitions.
Amid ongoing welfare cuts, researchers argue that investment in health and social care have been integral to British economic success since 1600.
A new study by the University of Michigan's Education Policy Initiative shows Michigan's charter schools follow similar practices as the traditional public schools that their students would otherwise attend.
A first-of-its-kind study examining the roles of American jihadi women found a steep increase in women's participation in terrorist activity in the last five years. Within the wider movement, American women served three main ...
In a world of mass communication and social media, people seem prepared to share their opinion on almost any subject.
Voters in the Rust Belt, sections of the northeastern and midwestern United States characterized by declining industry, played a significant role in the 2016 presidential election, with both Republican and traditionally Democratic ...
A portable use-of-force simulator aimed at launching a new era in police training is being rolled out by Washington State University.
The evolution of how prisoners in substance-abuse programs communicate is a good indicator of whether they'll return to crime, new research has found.
Fewer Australians are giving to charity but those who do are giving more, according to the largest ever research into philanthropic behaviour.
Creative achievement can provide a buffer against being anxious about death, research from psychologists at the University of Kent shows.