Forbes magazine's annual ranking of the nation's top entrepreneurial research universities is based on the number of students and alumni who identify themselves as having started or owning a business.
However, most consumers remain concerned about their personal finances, with six in 10 survey respondents saying they spend without a budget.
A new study finds that music therapy could play a role in reducing the frequency of seizures suffered by epilepsy patients.
In addition to its 42,000 active-duty personnel, the Coast Guard has nearly 8,000 civilian employees in positions ranging from human resources to criminal investigation and information technology to logistics.
Established in 1997 and known as C3, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility comprises the Computer Forensics Unit, the Cyber Crimes Unit and the Child Exploitation Investigations Unit.
Individuals seeking to overcome an alcohol or drug addiction may have greater success by attending in-person support groups rather than the increasingly popular online groups, a new study has found.
About one-third of local police agencies nationwide provided officers with body-worn cameras in 2013, according to a new report by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics. Nearly 70% of departments used in-car video cameras.
Nearly all of the 20% growth in the total jail population since 2000 is the result of the increasing number of defendants being detained while awaiting trial, according to the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
The Public Safety Assessment tool relies on a database of more than 1.5 million criminal cases to identify factors that predict whether a defendant is likely to commit a crime or fail to appear at future court hearings if released pending trial.
A new study found that people who spent time strolling in nature had reduced neural activity in an area of the brain associated with depression and also reported having fewer negative thoughts.