Florida Institute of Technology was recognized as one of the nation’s top 50 entrepreneurial research universities in the annual rankings by Forbes magazine.
Special agents with Homeland Security Investigations have returned an estimated 7,150 artifacts to their countries of origin since 2007, including artwork and national treasures considered to be priceless.
A survey by the Society for Human Resource Management found that hiring managers waste little time scanning résumés before deciding a job candidate’s fate.
Each day, Transportation Security Administration officers screen about 1.8 million travelers at more than 450 airports nationwide. Prohibited items discovered during security checks range from loaded pistols to replica grenades and concealed stun guns.
High school-age drivers were more likely to be involved in situations that required them to take evasive action when their passengers were talking loudly and acting goofy, according to new research.
Federal statistics show that defendants convicted of property crimes were most likely to reoffend within five years of their release from prison, followed by drug offenders and individuals serving time for public order offenses.
Job listings, a resume builder, a military skills translator and other resources will be available to servicemembers and veterans as they prepare to make the transition from military duty to civilian life.
The annual Airport Service Quality awards, presented by Airports Council International, are based on surveys of passengers at nearly 300 participating airports worldwide.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved six test sites nationwide for unmanned aircraft as part of the agency’s efforts to integrate commercial drones into the nation’s airspace system.
A new survey found that 95% of companies plan to offer health improvement programs to their employees in 2014, including stress and weight management classes, gym membership discounts, walking paths, bike racks and on-site health assessments.