As the COVID-19 recession wears on, more Americans are turning to credit cards to cover everyday expenses, like rent.
Most Latino, Black and Native American households have experienced serious financial problems during the coronavirus outbreak -- and Latinos have fared worst -- finds a new survey.
Colleges that compete in Power Five athletic conferences use revenue from men's basketball and football to fund sports that tend to lose money and draw wealthier students.
Every tax season people try to get out of paying the full share of what they owe the U.S. government in income taxes. Here are a few basic ins and outs of federal tax evasion.
Two stories emerge after working paper finds substantial portion of bond funds might be riskier than they appear.
This collection of research, compiled to help journalists write about Black Friday and winter holiday shopping, examines shopper experiences, holiday pricing, shopping psychology and Black Friday aggression.
A leading scholar on college student homelessness and food insecurity, Sara Goldrick-Rab of Temple University, offers journalists seven tips for improving their coverage.
A new paper quantifies the amount of household instability U.S. children experience over the course of their childhoods. A key source of instability: siblings, stepsiblings and other relatives.
We've gathered and summarized a sampling of research to help journalists understand the implications and impacts of “free college,” “tuition-free” and “college promise” programs.
University of Pennsylvania education professor Laura W. Perna offers journalists seven tips for covering "free college" and college promise programs.