It’s tempting to see this trend as a sign of the times. But the biggest book publishers started changing their approach only once they realized they were leaving money on the table.
Most people don’t know what these labels really mean − and advertisers take advantage of that fact.
Despite widespread fears about immigrants being a burden, even those arriving as asylum applicants are more likely to work than the US-born population.
What makes the NFL’s embrace of gambling so striking is that for most of its history, the league had pushed the government for stricter regulations – not more lenient ones.
Learning to program requires mastering the nitty-gritty of code syntax. Generative AI turns out to be good at that. Adding AI to intro programming courses frees students to focus on problem-solving.
When you’re running late in the winter, you don’t want to have to spend time scraping frost off your windshield. Try some expert-recommended techniques instead.
A study in which students brainstormed all the uses of a paper clip shows that AI can both enhance and harm the creative process.
With growing polarization, political attitudes have begun to coincide with moral convictions. Partisans increasingly view each other as immoral. New research reveals the depth of that conviction.
People of color, young people and those with low incomes tend to benefit most from telehealth abortion.
Because the economy gained 3 million jobs in 2023, unions had to draw hundreds of thousands of new members just to hold their ground.
Microplastic pollution is a growing problem − one lab is looking at tiny insects as inspiration for how these pollutants might move through water.
The findings push back against the notion that many transgender people end up wishing they hadn’t gone through with gender-affirming surgeries.
The study discovered that nonmedical personnel can provide the naloxone to an overdose victim in about one minute.
A survey of Miami-Dade residents found bipartisan support for protecting Biscayne Bay − though most locals were not aware of the extent of its decline in recent years.
Though they’re sometimes characterized as attention-addled homebodies, younger people see a real value in libraries − one that goes beyond books.
The bottoms of boats and docks can accumulate lots of dirt, but semiaquatic animals like otters avoid having ‘fouled’ fur. Their secret could one day help keep underwater infrastructure clean.
Researchers examined the emotional content of nearly 300 Super Bowl ads that aired from 2018 to 2022.
New research shows colleges attract interest from higher-caliber students when the schools’ home states allow their citizens to get high.
An interdisciplinary group of researchers at Penn State ran computer models on two Philadelphia census tracts. The neighborhood with more vulnerable residents was also hotter.
The TV producer showed how storytelling can bridge divides and serve as a beacon of truth in a complex world.