Researchers argue that political rhetoric can drive a rise in aggression toward minorities, but national data on the topic is incomplete.
After the 2016 presidential election, there was a surge of people looking online to determine the meaning of 'surreal.'
Google Maps now has a feature that lists the wheelchair accessibility of a place, and relies on users to crowdsource the information.
The NBA's D-league has always been a kind of bottom rung for professional men's basketball players. But teams and players both want to make it an organic part of the big leagues' operations.
A survey conducted since 1975 shows that US teens are drinking and smoking less and doing fewer drugs today than any time in over 40 years.
Women have been cracking and shattering "glass ceilings" since long before two women at Hewlett-Packard coined the term. Convention-busting women continue to break through barriers to lead international corporations, coach male sports teams, and even secure a major party nomination for president. How much do you know about these female pioneers?
The average life expectancy dropped unexpectedly by 0.1 of a year compared to 2014.
American parents and teens both spend about nine hours a day gazing at screens, a study finds.
In the weeks leading up to the warehouse fire that killed dozens at the so-called Oakland Ghost Ship, city officials had fielded complaints about clutter inside and outside the illegal residence.