No, presidential candidates don't usually dodge tough questions: Study analyzed 14 presidential debates
Nearly everybody thinks that presidential candidates routinely dodge hard-hitting questions, providing evasive answers to simple questions.
One year after they graduate, women with Ph.D.s in science and engineering fields earn 31 percent less than do men, according to a new study using previously unavailable data.
The lady salamander that shuns male companionship may reap important benefits.
There are six components to an apology - and the more of them you include when you say you're sorry, the more effective your apology will be, according to new research.
Harmful algal blooms dangerous to human health and the Lake Erie ecosystem—such as the one that shut down Toledo's water supply for two days in 2014—could become a problem of the past.
Are employees more likely to help co-workers above them or beneath them in the corporate pecking order?
While many women gamers can shrug off much of the name-calling and abuse they receive while playing online video games, sexual harassment sticks with them even when they're offline.
The "dumb blonde" stereotype is simply wrong, according to a new national study of young baby boomers.
Human use of copper dating back to the Bronze Age has shaped the evolution of bacteria, leading to bugs that are highly resistant to the metal's antibacterial properties.
When people playing violent video games focus on killing and maiming, they don't often remember the corporate brands they see along the way.