As NASA turns 60, this picture gallery captures some of the most significant moments in the American space agency’s history.
Lowering of the minimum claiming age in 1961 reduced average monthly income and increased the poverty rate in old age for male-headed households.
US soldiers serving overseas will be able to use a blockchain voting app for the first time.
A new index on Islamophobia finds only 29% of Muslims say they are happy with the way the US is going - 12% less than last year.
Of the 29 European nations that are ranked, 24 have a foreign language learning rate of at least 80%.
A change in approach to rehabilitation is working in the US, with research showing the number of people going back to prison has dropped by almost 25%.
New research looks at the reasons why Americans do - and don't - attend religious services.
Although commercial nuclear reactors currently provide around one-fifth of electricity in the US, they face threats to their profitability.
The US stock market has a long history of heavy hitters.
In this interview, activist and film-maker Deeyah Khan talks about her experiences filming white nationalists and jihadists – and why the two might not be so different.
New research looks at the impact of automation on low-wage jobs in the US - suggesting that it's likely to be offset by employment growth of similar paying jobs.
Propelled by rocketing share prices, the iPhone-making tech giant races ahead of Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft.
New research shows that America remains highly religious compared to other wealthy nations.
Research suggests saving is linked with more investment and economic prosperity.
Almost 3,000 scientists endorsed a paper published in BioScience warning of the risks to border ecosystems.