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US charter school enrollment more than doubled since 2010.
The White House has invested in an ambitious plan of deploying nuclear fusion on the electrical grid in the 2030s. While the science is still developing, fusion has the potential to dramatically alter the clean energy landscape.
California had the most people leave the state for Texas in 2020. Accounting for population size, New Mexico had the highest percentage of its population move to Texas.
The most common destinations for California migrants were Texas, Arizona, and Nevada.
Thirty-one financial institutions control more than 60% of the total money in US banks.
The US has lost 71% of its banks over the last four decades.
Analysis from the Government Accountability Office found key differences between charter schools that did and did not receive special grants.
The expired public health emergency is affecting many facets of American life, including Medicaid enrollment and border encounters. Here's the data.
Mississippi had the highest maternal mortality rate in 2021.
The number of banks in the US decreased by half while bank assets doubled in the past two decades.