New research from Ohio State University has found that those with religious ties can live up to four years longer.
MIT comes out on top of the latest rankings from QS.
Ageing workers are an untapped market for workplaces, but biases and stereotypes are stopping them from succeeding.
The Central American region suffers from conflict, high homicide rates and persecution.
Are rising incomes at the top trickling down?
New data from the Global Arms survey shows that there are 393 million guns for 326 million people.
The roots of the current international order go back to the end of WW2. But the world has changed and US dominance now needs to give way to a more multilateral system.
U.S. President Donald Trump told Republican lawmakers on Tuesday he would back either of the immigration bills making their way through the House of Representatives.
What does it take to be a global leader? The man who was chief domestic policy adviser under US President Jimmy Carter reveals how to build strong ties for a safer world.
Land banks could provide the funding to renovate and renew urban areas in America.
Tackling misinformation and inaccurate viewpoints is more effective with visuals than text, according to a new study.
A new study shows that high pressure actually increases our chances of failure.
Company executives in the US are comfortable valuing experience over data when it comes to making business decisions, according to a KPMG survey.
A recent survey shows that the majority of Americans view ethnic diversity positively.
Women 55 and older represent the single fastest growing age-gender segment in the US.