US cities and states are responsible for the vast majority of K-12 funding.
Research shows that millennials don't drive as much as previous generations, largely because of their beliefs.
Overall, waiting times may be improving – but long waits are still common in Black communities.
In about two in three US families with two parents, both are working or looking for a job. That makes caring for kids when schools and day care providers are closed hard if not impossible.
This measure, included in a pandemic relief package, is supposed to encourage Americans to give more to nonprofits.
Dying without a will can cause all sorts of problems for families.
The United States has 53 million caregivers, according to the latest estimate. And COVID-19 makes what they do much harder.
The government wants to help small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the definition of “small” is still pretty big.
Physical activity is important for all kinds of health reasons, even in quarantine.
A study of 2,000 travelers shows that nearly two-thirds will reduce their travel in the next year.
Nearly three-quarters of fans say they won’t attend games until a vaccine has been developed.
One in 5 of the poorest US households don't have a car and rely on public transportation to get around.
Some economists are predicting joblessness to surpass the record level experienced at the height of the Great Depression as 22 million people file for unemployment benefits.
You won't see a blue shark near the beach, but thanks to 50 years of tagging data, scientists are learning about their wide-ranging lives at sea.
The Trump administration is asking for US$850 billion in stimulus spending. Given the debt's already at record levels, can the US afford it?
Two transportation scholars argue that telecommuting could play an important role in solving the coronavirus crisis.
A reduction in OSHA inspectors may lead to a reduction in workplace safety.
Harvey Weinstein's conviction isn't the norm for perpetrators of sexual violence.
The Pentagon has spent more than $800 billion on military operations in Iraq. But that doesn't include money needed to care for veterans, rebuild the country or pay interest on war debt.
An economist who has studied new ways to improve measures of gross domestic product explains what GDP is and how it could better reflect an economy and the well-being of its inhabitants.