A new nationwide study has found that children entering first grade in 2013 had significantly better reading skills than similar students had just 12 years earlier.
Few people are just one person at work. You may be both a manager and an employee. Or you may be a salesperson who represents two very different brands.
Remember those drawn-out, dramatic intros into the pop power ballads of the 80s? They're all but gone in today's chart toppers, according to new research, and listeners' short attention spans may be to blame.
An unusual fossil find is giving scientists new ideas about how some of the earliest animals on Earth came to dominate the world's oceans.
Most factors that help make schools successful cost lots of money - think teachers, technology and textbooks.
The glaciers and ice caps that dot the edges of the Greenland coast are not likely to recover from the melting they are experiencing now, a study has found.
Forests play a complex role in keeping the planet cool, one that goes far beyond the absorption of carbon dioxide, new research has found.
Why don't Americans have a name for the color 'light blue?' Study finds unique color terms used in Japan, US
If a Japanese woman were to compliment a friend on her flattering pale-blue blouse, she'd probably employ a word with no English equivalent.
The science and engineering workforce in the United States is aging rapidly, according to a new study. And it is only going to get older in coming years.
Hungry honey bees appear to favor flowers in agricultural areas over those in neighboring urban areas.