An annual Gallup poll finds that 35% of Americans have a positive opinion of the airline industry compared to 32% who hold a negative view.
Almost half of all smartphone owners age 18 to 29 say they use messaging apps such as WhatsApp, Kik or iMessage, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center. About four in 10 use apps that automatically delete messages.
A new report by the American Institute of CPAs also finds that more than 90% of accounting firms expect to maintain or increase their pace of hiring in the coming year.
From a 5K run to a football game and a festival in downtown Melbourne, students, faculty, alumni and community members can enjoy an array of activities during Homecoming week from Nov. 3 to 8.
However, the American Psychological Association's Task Force on Violent Media concluded that there is insufficient evidence to link heightened aggression with delinquency or criminal behavior.
A new report by the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that fewer Americans were victims of property crimes in 2014 compared with the previous year, although there was little change in the rate of violent crime nationwide.
An audit by the Department of Justice's Office of the Inspector General recommends the bureau continue efforts to hire and retain cyber agents.
A survey by the Society for Human Resource Management finds that 57% of companies discovered new hires on LinkedIn, while 30% added to their talent pool via professional or association social media sites.
As UAVs become an increasingly common tool for law enforcement, search and rescue operations, disaster response and commercial uses, lawmakers around the nation are considering limits to ensure safety and privacy.
The American Institute of CPAs is recommending a series of measures to help the nation's undergrads improve their financial literacy skills, including establishing a monthly budget.