How Many Police Shootings Have There Been? In The Aftermath of Michael Brown's Death, The Absence of Police Shooting Statistics Leaves The Question Unanswered
The world knows Mike Brown’s story, but what we really don’t know is how many more like him have died at the hands of police.
More Americans were drinking in 2012, according to the latest national survey conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Russia's top weapons companies have grown faster than any other country's major defense manufacturers.
A new report breaks down who's leaving, why, and what can be done to help more students finish college.
Researchers think that open data could mean trillions in economic growth.
Twitter's latest transparency report shows a steady rise in government requests for account information -- but not all are fulfilled.
What Cities Have Recovered from the Recession the Most? (And Which Ones Are Being Left Behind) [MAP]
Some cities have recovered strongly since the Great Recession, but others haven't been so lucky.
A newly released study shows which cities have the highest percentage of millionaires.
A recent CDC report found that limited access and poor policy keep people from exercising.
Operation Protective Edge: What's Happening In Gaza? Live Updates From Israeli-Palestinian Clash [TIMELINE]
Israeli airstrikes continue in Gaza as Hamas is thwarted by Israel's Iron Dome. See our timeline of the entire conflict.
U.S. foreign aid has been the subject of recent criticism. IBTimes tracked where it has been going and what it is being spent on.
Even the Supreme Court is in disrepute, and don't ask about Congress.
Forget Mars and Venus... Scimitars are for men and flounces for women, according to a new study that looks at gender differences in language.