Do the benefits of student analytics outweigh concerns over individuals’ privacy?
For gay couples, winning the battle for legal rights would be just the first step toward securing full recognition for their families.
People skills can be dangerous.
A new study reports that the virus can infiltrate the central nervous system within months of infection.
A recent suicide at Yale has ignited urgent calls for reform to elite colleges’ withdrawal and readmission policies.
A national survey suggests young adults are spending more time on social media and less time with friends.
France transitions from #JeSuisCharlie to #StopDjihadisme
How a sense of community can help stop a bullet
The mental-health effects of being held hostage
American colleges pride themselves on being diverse meritocracies, but not everyone believes that the admissions system shaping these institutions produces fair results.
In November, Washington voted to allow marijuana possession, but that doesn't mean district denizens can light up just yet.
A new study shows that illogical reactions may help people regulate their emotions.
Research suggests that a person's consumption of the beverage is determined in part by his or her DNA—and that its benefits could extend beyond a caffeine buzz.
China. But “Golden Week” is more complicated than it first appears.
Activists are mounting their latest—and likely doomed—push to grant residents of the nation's capital more voice in their government.
Why cardiovascular health is improving in the United States but falling in developing nations