A forthcoming study suggests both black and white bail judges show bias against black men facing criminal charges.
A new strategy tested on suicidal military veterans was linked to lower odds they'd engage in suicidal behavior in the following six months.
Without affirmative action, colleges could still ensure a racially diverse student body if they started giving preference to lower-income students while also urging more minorities to apply, a new analysis suggests.
Door-to-door canvassing campaigns actually work to persuade voters and sway national election outcomes – even when they don’t encourage more people to show up to the polls.
To help reporters consider how best to cover obesity, Journalist’s Resource has summarized the findings of several recent studies on broader trends in the media.
Two new studies show how advertising can help promote healthy or unhealthy behaviors.
Nearly 2 million low-income families affected by cardiovascular disease face high or catastrophic financial burdens due to out-of-pocket costs.
Teen boys from low-income neighborhoods in Pittsburgh were less likely to have perpetuated violence if they had goals and hope for the future.
New research suggests the U.S. Supreme Court lost public support in recent decades partly because TV news coverage has tended to frame its decisions as political or insincere.
After the passage of California’s Proposition 47, which reduced criminal penalties for drug possession, felony drug arrest rates declined and racial disparities among these arrests decreased.