A new study suggests perceptions of how strongly people of color identify with their race can have a big impact on their job prospects and how much money they earn.
When ‘The X-Files’ launched 25 years ago, many women were inspired by Dr. Dana Scully to pursue science – a phenomenon known as the ‘Scully Effect.’ Entomologist Jessica Ware shares her story.
As debates over protests during the national anthem continue to rage, two scholars examine how legal and moral battles over the merits of patriotism in public schools have been playing out for years.
Since the Byzantine era, gossipy anecdotes about the mishaps of rulers and their inner circles have been compiled, shared and published.
New research by sociologist Ted Thornhill shows that black students who indicate they plan to fight for racial justice are more likely to be ignored by white admissions counselors.
About 16 percent of all teachers change schools or leave teaching. Often, these changes occur in the middle of the school year, which causes significant setbacks in learning, researchers say.
Many Americans seem to like seeing communist ideas in action, but have a visceral reaction to the word ‘communism.’ Might it be time to refresh an old ideology with a new set of terms?
If the vice president and Cabinet decide that the president cannot discharge the powers and duties of his office, they can displace him.
Providing text-message tips to parents on how to make their children stronger readers can make a difference, but only if parents don’t get too many or too few text messages, researchers find.
The signs might be there. But parents and clinicians will still wonder if there’s some foolproof way to determine whether their children are actually trans. There isn’t one – and that’s okay.
We talk excitedly about meeting someone with whom we ‘click’ or ‘really hit it off.’ So why do so many of us hesitate to call it love?
From solitary confinement, Moliere Dimanche started drawing on anything he could find. The result was a series of fantastical, allegorical images that depict abuse, racism and profound isolation.
A cybersecurity expert offers tips to keep high schoolers safe on mobile devices, computers, games and social media.
Several companies are trying to develop life extension methods that could enable some people to live far longer. There are some ethical dilemmas.
Americans want more say about their benefits, training and other important issues at work.
Student athletes may sometimes be put on a pedestal, but they experience problems just like any student. They sometimes may be harder to reach, however. A novel program suggests a winning approach.