The American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) says “the college experience” is more than simply attending a top-notch university.
Adults, not teenagers, are more of a problem when it comes to the alarming act of texting and driving, according to a new AT&T survey.
If you live or work in Southern California, chances are you cross a county line to get there, according to a report released Tuesday.
A new survey finds Los Angeles International Airport is considered by business travelers to be among the worst airports for connecting flights.
One of the Southland’s most prestigious hospitals received a failing grade for patient safety in a survey released Wednesday.
A nonprofit group Saturday is scheduled to begin a three-day survey of the homeless population in Silver Lake with the goal of getting the most vulnerable off the streets and into homes.
Riverside is one of the 25 worst cities for young adults to live in the United States, according to an online survey that examined unemployment, education, indebtedness and other factors.
A new survey in WebMD will shock parents and kids equally.
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Teachers in the U.S. still enjoy widespread confidence, but teacher unions may be hurting their image, according to a new survey.
Most of us are just as likely to poke our neighbors on Facebook as we are to lend a helping hand — that is, when we’re not shaking our fist at them.
Should the City of Angels change its name to the City Of Little Devils?
Southern Californians are only slightly worse than the rest of the nation when it comes to talking on a telephone or texting while driving, according to a survey released Wednesday by the state Office of Traffic Safety.
A survey conducted by LA County’s Department of Public Health finds nearly 14 percent of adults surveyed said they had been diagnosed with depression, up from about 9 percent in 1999.
A California Department of Insurance survey shows most health insurers do a poor job of paying claims and providing customer service to preferred provider organization members.