The United States may seem like a more divided place than ever before, but research suggests that notion may be more perception than reality.
Sitting adjacently makes it 13 percent less likely that two members of the same party will differ in their votes.
If race is still an issue in arenas such as sports, the justice system, and hiring, how does it play out in our social lives?
In this contentious and at-times maddening discussion, anecdotal evidence is abundant, particularly from and about superwomen who have had children and achieved high levels of professional success. But one thing is often missing: data.
According to a study, raising politicians’ salaries is unlikely to result in better governance. In fact, it may accomplish the opposite.