A large study of gay brothers adds to evidence that genes influence men’s chances of being homosexual, but the results aren’t strong enough to prove it.
Just three decades from now the District of Columbia and Annapolis will experience floods on a daily basis, sometimes twice a day, a recent report says.
Dogs can be optimistic and pessimistic, a new study finds.
Drivers in the District of Columbia are known for being some of the worst in the country, but a new survey also pegs them as some of the rudest.
A new study has found that depression in children can start as young as preschool.
An interactive map created by Movoto shows the wealthiest Americans by state, and Nationals owner Ted Lerner made the list.
Just in time to coincide with the decriminalization of marijuana in D.C., a University of Oxford study reveals why pot makes people paranoid.
The Fourth of July is a popular travel weekend, and a new study shows that adult children prefer to go on a road trip with Mom.
The amount of fictional violence depicted on television has created a “mean world syndrome,” where TV audiences exposed to increasing levels of violent programming create an “imagined world” of fear and paranoia that does not parallel real-life decreasing crime rates.
Parents in Maryland may not need to worry as much when it comes to their teen getting behind the wheel of a car.