Since the 1980s, Australia’s housing market has become a ‘closed shop’ that expands the wealth of existing home owners and investors. Alison Pennington traces the changes – and suggests another way.
New research finds that some common houseplants take in nutrients from outside the soil.
Younger people are spending more on experiences, and cutting back on alcohol.
For China’s new youth generation, shopping has become an outpost of politics.
The gradual changes in voting behaviour represent an existential crisis for the Liberals going forward.
A scholar who studies the morality of debt argues why canceling some student debt is fair.
About a third of American adults in Generation Z lack the money or resources needed for reliable access to nutritious food.
Newer apps like Thursday prioritise meeting in person over possibly endless online chat.
The extraordinary increase in house prices and debt means mortgage rates of 7% would be as painful to borrowers today as rates of 17% were decades ago.
New research suggests that for millennials and Generation Z, a lack of rules around love and dating brings both loss and liberation.
As women’s relationship with work and career has changed, so too has the relationship with parenting. What women need now is more targeted support in raising children.
More and more students want their universities to lead the way on sustainability issues. But are institutions doing enough to produce industry leaders who can meet that challenge?
A scholar of nutrition opens up with a personal take on food insecurity in America.
Tropes around woke warriors and their heartless parents get us nowhere.
The political alliance between American evangelicals and Israel’s right wing may have peaked during the Trump administration.
Growing numbers of young evangelicals and ‘Exvangelicals’ are pro-LGBTQ, support #BlackLivesMatter – or are fed up altogether with mixing faith and politics.
For those born around 1950, 84% earned more at age 30-34 than their own own parents did at the same age. It has been about 68% for those born since the early 1960s.
Three scholars examine President Biden’s rhetoric, the symbolism and the several ambitious plans he proposed in his first address to Congress.
The survey also found that trans people who live in their affirmed gender report experiencing less stigma, anxiety and depression.
As aging parents wonder about the future of the family businesses they founded, four succession strategies could help.