A new report from the Alzheimer's Association examines how much the US is spending on treating the disease.
New research suggests that immigration will drive growth in US working-age population through at least 2035.
As Angela Merkel meets President Donald Trump in Washington, we tackle one of the key battleground questions: does Europe pay its share towards global security?
Michael Heise, Chief Economist of Allianz, evaluates President Trump's tax plan.
A report published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco found discernible and systematic patterns of age discrimination, particularly for women.
Women in the US still face a substantial gender wage gap.
Mark Roe, professor at Harvard Law School, explores the housing markets and global crash.
17 cities across the US have discovered a clever way to lower student absence rates.
A new chart suggests that US life expectancy continues to lag far behind other developed countries, despite high levels of spending.
Pew research explores the US unemployment rate, and asks what it actually tells us about the economy.
New research suggests that prescription painkillers and economic standing are linked to a rise in deaths.
Here's how much you need to earn to be in the top 1% of every US state.
The US spends more on its military than the next 7 countries combined
Keyu Jin explores the US-China trade relationship.
A Harvard study suggests to advance sustainability we must fight inequality.