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A diminishing pool of Americans are eligible to join the Army, Navy, or Air Force. An even smaller pool want to.
What's the state of US household debt? See the totals here. Plus, learn how the number of domestic terrorism cases have grown over nearly a decade. Plus, what it means now that the US credit rating has been downgraded.
The first new branch of the US military since 1947, Space Force was established to protect the United States’ interests in space amid a growing spectrum of threats.
The influx of refugees dropped sharply after 2016, but appears to be growing again.
Over the past decade, Chinese nationals made up the largest group of asylum seekers from any country.
Black Americans and Hispanic Americans were the most likely to be searched or arrested at a traffic stop in 2020.
The 2021–22 school year had the highest rate of restricted reports since 2007.
As of March 2023, 38 federal programs were classified as high risk, meaning they pose a threat to public health, national security, economic growth, or citizens' rights, among other concerns.
Twenty-one percent of female cadets and 4% of male cadets said they’d experienced unwanted sexual contact in the 2021–22 school year.
One year in, the US has allocated nearly $115 billion in emergency funding to support Ukraine in wartime.
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