Millennials are having a harder time becoming self-sufficient than any other generation in recent history, and college helps and hurts.
While many seem stuck in ever-increasing student loan debt, lender Sallie Mae has been making record profits.
College president salaries and benefits are soaring, office staff is on the rise but professors are forced into part-time work.
Costs of lower worker productivity and premature death contribute to 'staggering' impact, a researcher says.
Eight states took away their public colleges' affirmative action rules, and now 20% fewer minority students attend those colleges. Here's why.
All generations are suffering from increased financial stress, but none more so than Gen X, the sandwich generation.
The U.S. loses billions dealing with obesity and heart complications related to BPA, scientists say, but we can't seem to fully wean ourselves from it.
The U.S. global share of biomed research fell to 45% in 2012, from $131 billion in 2007 to $119 billion adjusted for inflation.
Poverty is a self-defeating mindset people have better chances of beating by recalling past success and happiness, scientists say.
Tripling the taxes on cigarettes around the world could reduce the number of smokers by one-third and prevent 200 million premature deaths.