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.
People with low incomes need to save at least some of their tax returns for rainy days, no matter how hard it is to set aside money, a new study shows.
Online gambling in New Jersey appears to be a young man's game, according to a report released this week by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.
Call it artificial intelligence with a human touch. This week, two California universities separately announced new centers devoted to studying the ways in which AI can help humanity.
Others being afraid of you as you walk by. Shopping in a store and being followed by an employee. Being verbally assaulted with racist words or threatened.
Six out of ten people in Britain today consider themselves working class because they believe their family background determines class rather than occupation or whether they went to university. Just under half (47%) of those ...
While much has been made about the "blue wall of silence" among police officers, a new study suggests that officers don't turn a blind eye when other officers perpetrate domestic violence.
Language is a powerful tool that can ease the transition into a new home for foster children and enhances the possibility that it will be a successful placement, according to new research from the University at Buffalo.
Low-income parents of young children frequently face day-to-day difficulties in feeding and housing their families. Social services for such parents often include financial education designed to help build basic knowledge ...
Gifted students could be given the choice of accelerating their education so they don't get bored and drop out of school, according to a University academic.