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A snapshot of the year in vaccines, federal spending, inflation, and much more.
Fewer victims reported the crime to authorities in 2019 than in 2010, according to a Bureau of Justice Statistics survey.
Most terrorist attacks in the US are non-lethal and are motivated by a wide range of extremist ideologies.
Violent crime and homicides increased, but crime continues to fall overall, according to FBI data.
The checks are designed to stop people who aren't legally allowed to buy a gun, but gaps in the laws remain.
Federal data on guns and gun owners is limited, but the government tracks weapons made by licensed manufacturers.
Marijuana laws vary greatly between states. Federal law making the drug illegal complicates matters.
Last year brought national attention to long-simmering issues confronting both Black and Hispanic Americans. The coronavirus deepened many of these disparities. Here’s a roundup of how the State of the Union looks through the lens of race and ethnicity.
A $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan. Expanding civil rights and environmental protections. Here are the facts to understand the goals of the new administration.
With 12 days left until Election Day, the candidates discussed topics including the coronavirus, American families, race in America, and climate change. Here’s a roundup of data on these four debate issues.
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