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Rents rose in 58% of all counties nationwide between 2020 and 2023. Data shows that rents rose and dipped between neighboring zip codes.
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.
High energy prices will raise the cost of heating for residential households across the country.
Adjustments to the federal land leasing program may change how much energy is produced on federal territory.
Recent increases in flight costs reflect broad inflation and higher gas prices.
Most public K-12 teachers hold a master’s degree, but their median pay is nearly $20,000 lower than the median worker with an advanced degree.
Arizona ranks lowest in teacher salary when adjusted for cost of living and quality of life.
Only Arizona and Hawaii are exempt from changing the time twice a year to account for daylight saving time.
In 2019, the US became both a net exporter and net producer of energy for the first time in over 60 years.
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