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Where and when these shootings have happened over two decades.
Data shows that minimum wage increases can lead to short-term increases in employment for some of those workers.
Transportation & Infrastructure
The number of flights is nearly back to pre-pandemic levels. The share of late flights is climbing, too.
The cost of buying a home has risen faster than income since March 2021
In the first quarter of the year, several states passed new abortion laws either restricting or expanding the procedure.
Visualize how the demographics and geography of COVID-19 deaths have shifted throughout the pandemic.
The US has 14 free trade agreements with 20 countries that comprise about 40 percent of US goods exports.
Hundreds of colleges, including the University of California, stopped requiring admission tests during the pandemic.
A Supreme Court ruling addressing the right to an abortion will be released by July at the latest.
One in every 85 Americans works as a nurse.
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