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UCLA ranked No. 1 public university for fifth straight year by U.S. News &...

UCLA has again been named the nation’s top public university in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Colleges” rankings, which were published today. This...

US war on terror has cost $8 trillion, 900,000 lives in last two decades,...

Nearly 20 years after the United States’ invasion of Afghanistan, the cost of its global war on terror stands at $8 trillion and 900,000...

Why are so many Americans leaving their jobs right now?

The numbers don’t lie. Americans are leaving their jobs in hordes, and many of those who haven’t left yet say they’re thinking about it. A Microsoft...

Too many older Americans are taking daily aspirin despite the warning

In a recent study published in JAMA Network Open, researchers found that many older Americans are still taking a daily baby aspirin to ward...

TV ads inspire retail stock investing, shows study

Stock trading volumes in the United States have soared over the last year and much of it seems to be driven by retail investors. With...

Why condos caught on in America?

The tragic collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Florida, on June 24, 2021, made millions of Americans focus for the first time on...

Who you bargain against can impact your home price

When putting a house on the market, who has the edge when it comes to selling for a profit? Chances are—unless you're a full-time real...

How to predict a stock market bubble in real-time

A new method for identifying financial bubbles could help policymakers avert catastrophes like the burst of the 2007 housing bubble in the US. It...

What executives are really saying when they dodge questions

Equity analysts and business reporters who cover corporate earnings calls are all too familiar with executives’ indirect answers to direct questions. Execs may go off-topic...

Americans owe at least $140 billion in medical debt, shows study

Americans are actually saddled with at least $140 billion in outstanding medical debt, research finds. The study from economist Neale Mahoney indicates a grimmer picture...