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More than half of women’s teams at the college level have male head coaches, but almost no men’s teams have female head coaches.
COVID-19 accounted for half of the decrease in life expectancy.
Congress passed reconciliation bills for 77% of budget resolutions since 1981.
The telescope’s development process cost $10 billion over 17 years.
Voter turnout surged in 2020 with increases in mail-in and early voting.
Three states passed laws expanding protections for LGBTQ Americans.
Less than one percent of loan debt was cancelled.
Since 2001, Afghanistan was the largest recipient of US foreign aid funds.
About 15% of renters could not pay rent in July. The CDC is expanding its eviction moratorium into October.
Concealed and open carry gun laws differ between states.
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