The law enforcement agency’s hiring campaign aims to attract technically trained candidates with bachelor’s degrees to combat the growing and evolving threat from cyber criminals.
Although the rate of nonfatal violent crime against the elderly has increased in the past decade or so, those individuals were victimized at a much lower rate than their younger counterparts, a federal Bureau of Justice Statistics study found.
Studying the character of the crime scene can help investigators effectively link crimes to a single killer by identifying commonalities across slayings, according to FBI researchers.
Global economic growth and new aircraft models are boosting the sale of business jets, particularly large-cabin aircraft, according to Honeywell’s 2014 Business Aviation Outlook.
Psychologists are exploring why some people have the urge to pinch adorable babies and squeeze cute animals. Believe it or not, bubble wrap has helped provide some of the answers.
The U.S. Small Business Administration approved more than $19 billion in loans during FY 2014, with both the number of loans and the total dollar amount increasing over the previous fiscal year.
Security agents who used conversation-based techniques were much better at detecting airline passengers with fake cover stories than screeners who relied on observations of body language, researchers found.
Researchers found that hand-washing compliance dropped by an average of 8.7 percentage points during a typical 12-hour shift, which could have major implications for infection rates in healthcare facilities.
Criminal justice experts point to several factors for the continuing drop in the crime rate, including better police tactics, widespread use of surveillance equipment and an aging population.
A growing number of U.S. states are prohibiting employers from forcing job applicants or employees to provide access to personal social media accounts.