The proportion of unmarried American women is on the increase, and this could change the economy.
Inequality has many roots, but a growing body of research suggests it might start in the womb.
Brigitte Miksa, Head of International Pensions at Allianz Asset Management, says we need to rethink how we calculate the burden pensions will place on economies.
By 2030, the majority of the global population will be living in urban areas - but what will this mean for the planet?
Protecting biodiversity and curbing deforestation is essential for the future of many communities, writes Adriana Moreira.
More young Americans are living with their parents than with partners.
According to a study by the Pew Research Center, in fact, most of the world's major religious groups are expected to rise in absolute numbers by 2050.
This country has the most welcoming attitude to refugees, according to new research from Amnesty International.
The relationship between income and life expectancy is well established, so how can we reduce the gap between the haves and the have-nots?
In many European countries, people overestimate the share of minority populations and immigration volume.
While mortality rates among the middle-aged in the US have provided some bad news in recent years, we've overlooked health gains among younger people.
New research shows why women in the Sahel region desire to have a higher-than-average number of children.
Anja Smith looks at how South Africa can reduce its high maternal death rate by improving antenatal services.
New research looks at the childcare burden placed on mothers, and its influence on fertility rates.
Pew Research Center estimates that millennials have overtaken baby boomers to become America's largest living generation.