A case study comparing two community newspapers finds that the paper more focused on audience metrics published fewer stories about civic issues.
“You imagine a mini brain in a dish -- that’s not what these things are,” explains Harvard stem cell researcher Paola Arlotta.
Philadelphia Inquirer found over 9,000 environmental problems in the city’s public schools through an investigation that used community-based testing.
Alabama Media Group reporter Connor Sheets single-handedly revealed how a local sheriff had pocketed more than $2 million in municipal, state and federal funds meant to feed inmates in the county jail.
Journalists reveal failures of Texas' managed care system through public records requests, statewide door-knocking efforts and data analysis.
“I’ve been doing this a long time, and I haven't ever been part of a story that has had such powerful impact so swiftly,” Ginger Thompson, senior reporter at
This roundup looks at recent publications in the field of suicide prevention research.
Part-time work adjustments have driven one-third to half of the hours lost during recessions in the U.S. and U.K., researchers report.
About half of the 7.7 million kids in the U.S. with depression, anxiety and ADHD don’t receive the help they need, according to new research.
Is tidying really that beneficial to well-being? We look into the research on the benefits of decluttering.