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Baby boomers have the highest net worth, averaging $1.6 million per household.
Biden highlighted legislative achievements from his past two years and described his economic, health, climate, and safety priorities moving forward.
The US has responded to the past two recessions by increasing funding for federally administered programs.
Individual income taxes accounted for more than half of total revenues for the federal government in 2022.
The top 1% of households in America represent 26% of total US wealth.
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