Ph.D. are students competing for fewer and fewer jobs, and one professor believes the academic marketplace is turning into a Ponzi scheme.
The recession is forcing many to make tough decisions and recalculate the age at which they can retire.
An unemployment rate of 9.6 percent in America may sound bad, but it doesn't include millions of discouraged American workers.
Training camp is a strenuous ordeal for NFL football players, especially for Husain Abdullah, who is fasting for Ramadan while he trains.
A top medical school is allowing students to avoid dreaded obstacles to becoming a doctor, including organic chemistry and the MCAT.
Sitting all day at work, in the car, in front of the TV is a fairly new phenomenon, and, according to new research, it's potentially fatal.
Millions of adopted Americans can't access to their original birth certificates. Some are fighting for access, while others think the records should remain closed.
Minerals from rebel-controlled mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo may be ending up in your cell phone. New financial regulation aims to stop it.
Personal information released on the internet can be nearly impossible to erase. Some people are trying to force Google and Facebook to forget.
Tennessee recently passed a law that allows businesses to ban languages other than English in the workplace. Many businesses and employees hate it.