Research shows that neighborhood apps usage boosts perceptions of crime rates in the community
The research appeared in the journal Psychology of Popular Media.
New study shows that political discord is prolonging the immigration crisis
The report was published by Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Arrest warrants issued for Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova: UN report
The report was released by the International Criminal Court of the United Nations.
New study looks at the effects of Black students’ mental health at historically Black colleges
The research followed Black students from secondary school through college and beyond.
Survey: At least 15% of the 118th Congress is made up of immigrants or immigrants’ offspring
At least 81 current members of Congress are either themselves immigrants or have at least one parent who was born…
Here’s what surveys of public opinion in the first year of the war in Ukraine showed
Putin's popularity ratings hit all-time lows in every country that kept track of such things.
Study finds child tax credit payments may reduce child neglect
The study was conducted by the Georgia Institute of Technology.
New research explores social cognitive processes in biased juries
The study investigated processes such as cultural bias and racial stereotyping.
New paper finds racial disparities in IRS audits among Black taxpayers
The paper involved the examination of differences of audit rates between Black and non-Black taxpayers.
Pew report finds almost all 118th Congress members have bachelor’s degrees, most have graduate degrees
Members with a bachelor's degree or higher in Congressional roles saw substantial gains since the 79th Congress.
Study explores how perceived motives of public diplomacy influence foreign public opinion
More than 2,000 respondents completed the survey.
118th U.S. Congress makes history for its diverse representation: survey
13 voting members of the 118th Congress had identified as part of the LGB community.