An analysis of the past quarter century.
None have yet been passed; many are on shaky Constitutional ground.
Is Meryl Streep overrated?
Dam crises and failures in California and Nevada shed light on the state of American infrastructure.
Pretty much every country in the world is, technically, the best at something, whether that's playing Scrabble or jailing journalists. Here's a look at what every country is the best at.
Here’s what we can say for sure: It’s unprecedented for a president to face so much opposition from the electorate so soon.
We're not trying to assume that we know you or anything, but if you have access to the internet you are already different from the average person.
Worldwide child mortality has been steadily decreasing since the mid 19th century, and the decreases in recent gains have been equally steady — compared to 1990, in 2015 roughly 17,000 fewer kids under 5 die every day.
When the weather outside is frightful... it's time to pull our your weed nugget costume.
You can tell a lot about a city by the layout of its streets, and these nifty maps showing one square mile of streets from different world cities are really interesting.
On the weekends, many engineers tend to tinker with side projects — so what languages are they using for those?
William Edward Burghardt “W. E. B.” Du Bois — late 19th-/early 20th-century sociologist, historian, activist, Pan-Africanist, and prolific author — had also, it turns out, a mighty fine eye for graphic design.
The way we use the Internet is beginning to reveal human behavior patterns on a previously unimaginable scale.
After a Washington Post editor found herself at the heart of a political controversy, BuzzFeed News analyzed and visualized 24,731 of the tweets directed at her to show you what a Twitter attack feels like.
Where just a few years ago Curry was the unrivaled king of pumping efficient points out of a traditionally inefficient well, today an armful of players are doing convincing Steph impersonations off the bounce.
While once a fail-safe way to land a well-paying job, going to law school in the US is nowadays proving more of a risk than a guarantee of a cushy salary. But attending BYU is a good place to start, apparently.
“Let the data speak” they say. But what happens when the data rambles on and on?
Drawn by hand, one sociologist detailed the whereabouts of over 1,300 active criminal enterprises.
Here are the 10 best indicators to judge the impact of his policies in the next four years and determine whether the economy lives up to Trump’s pre-election promises.
Access to clean water remains a huge problem around the US, but according to a new study, access to affordable water, period, could also soon become a huge problem.
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