Most people trust doctors to treat them only when necessary. A new study looks at the problem of "overtreatment recommendations."
The debate over farmed salmon raises a number of health and environmental questions. This explainer and research review will help journalists sort through the noise.
Restaurant owners benefited the most from a sales tax cut in France, pocketing around 41 percent of the savings.
Jews have long been associated with finance and banking. Today, people in areas of Germany that historically experienced the highest levels of anti-Semitism are economically worse off, new research shows.
Employees’ ability to socialize and collaborate is a valuable skill that employers are increasingly rewarding, a forthcoming paper finds.
A federal program that subsidizes minority-owned businesses is not equipping them for success, a new study finds.
Mass shootings in the United States used to hurt the stock value of publicly listed gun makers. That effect has worn off, however, as the violence has become customary.
Federal laws protect air passengers and direct how airlines must compensate anyone bumped from a flight. This tip sheet helps journalists comb through the fine print.
People who stream music are 11.4 percent more likely to pirate music, according to a new study from economists at the University of Tampa.
This 2016 research roundup looks at high-cost credit and the arguments over whether payday loans help or hurt the working poor.