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Over a million students experiencing homelessness rely on McKinney-Vento to access school – but many slip through the cracks.
Rents rose in 58% of all counties nationwide between 2020 and 2023. Data shows that rents rose and dipped between neighboring zip codes.
One in every five deaths in the US is due to cancer, and one in every three people are expected to have cancer in their lifetime.
Cities are using crisis teams to connect people with mental illnesses to long-term resources and decrease police brutality.
Five states had abortion on the midterm ballot in 2022
Elections & Government
Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock raised more money than any other federal candidate in the 2022 midterm elections.
The US would need to produce 20-50% more electricity annually if all cars were electric vehicles.
A snapshot of 2022 in federal spending, elections, crime rates and more.
Fentanyl overdose deaths in 2021 were over 26 times higher than a decade prior
Seven states passed laws to restrict discussion of race, gender identity or sexual orientation in public schools in 2022.
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