The FINANCIAL -- With the election “season” well under way, education in general and student loans in particular continue to surface as major topics of discussion. It should come as no surprise that this topic looms on the agenda for many candidates, considering a majority of Americans (60%) believe the government should regulate college programs to help make sure that graduates can get jobs ...

The FINANCIAL -- Developing relationships, especially the romantic kind, are a fundamental part of growing up. Social media and mobile technology now permeate the lives of many teens, including their ...

The FINANCIAL -- Amid recent controversy over rising tuition and mounting student debt totals, half of college graduates in the U.S. (50%) "strongly agree" that their undergraduate education was ...

The FINANCIAL -- Fifty-five percent of Americans say they want laws covering the sale of firearms to be stricter than they are now, a distinct rise of eight percentage points from 2014. Fewer ...

The FINANCIAL -- Hawaii residents had the highest financial well-being in the nation in 2014, followed closely by Alaska residents. Mississippi residents had the lowest financial well-being, with ...

The FINANCIAL -- The uninsured rate among U.S. adults aged 18 and older was 11.6% in the third quarter of 2015, essentially unchanged from 11.4% in the second quarter, and down from 11.9% in the ...

The FINANCIAL -- The regulation of abortion may vary widely from country to country, but nearly all nations – 96% – allow women to terminate their pregnancies in order to save their lives, ...