Everyone agrees that the middle-class is shrinking. But what if that is actually a good thing?
More than 125 companies announced pay raises or bonuses following passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Nearly 30% of Britain’s public services budget is spent on its socialized healthcare system.
His project is about personal, not political, empowerment.
How do we do so without behaving like the modern, pushy parents who think their child can do no wrong?
Research published in the journal "Emotion" shows how changes in how we're spending our free time coincided with a drop in the happiness of a million students surveyed.
The test has been shown to reliably detect early stage and curable cancers. It has also been found to rarely be positive in people who don’t have cancer.
Babies born to Muslims will begin to outnumber Christian births by 2035, according to new projections.
Czech sociologist Dana Hamplova provides an answer with results from a European study of mothers with children under three.
Is it ignorance of or contempt for our Constitution that fuels the movement to abolish the Electoral College?
It’s another tragic example of the triumph of fear over liberty in the Digital Age.
Today's schools appear to neglect teaching the very things which made Jefferson's writing great.
Students who take the Classic Learning Test are more deeply measured in intellectual proficiency.
Many people think Mississippi is the most poverty stricken state in America. They are wrong.
Data increasingly show that obtaining a master’s degree is hardly a surefire path to economic success.
The findings come from a joint report issued by the Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security.
Patrick Deneen, a political theorist who teaches at Notre Dame, has with great force identified a fundamental tendency of our times.