If you're a man and you can bench press more than 135 pounds, you're apparently above average, and if you drink less than three coffees per day, you're below.
It's a Friday afternoon on a perfect summer day, and you're ready to escape the city. Just how fast could you get out? If you picked up your keys and hit the road, here's where you could end up.
Robots are coming, but, at least in the United States, they're landing in clusters. Most are in Michigan and Ohio, the base of the U.S. auto industry, and the home of one of every five robots in the US.
Want to get the most for your $100? Head to Mississippi ($116.01). Want to burn your cash a bit quicker? Move to DC ($85.47) or New York ($86.73).
The implosion of the retail economy is a "silent crisis" sending shockwaves through the US economy. The culprit? Amazon.
The pitcher can't hit. That's sad. Let's make it sadder.
A scientific report on climate change obtained by The New York Times, part of a regular federal climate assessment, shows that warming is already having a large effect on the United States.
The Labor Department keeps detailed and at times delightfully odd records on the skills and tasks required for each job. The Upshot used these records to determine what each job’s polar opposite would be.
Who listens to what and where? The New York Times took the 50 most popular Billboard artists on YouTube, and using the video platform's geocoded streaming data, charted out who is popular where.
Even if Democrats were to win every single 2018 House and Senate race for seats representing places that Hillary Clinton won or that Trump won by less than 3 percentage points, they could still fall short of the House majority and lose five Senate seats.
If you don't want to be mired in student debt, maybe avoid states like Ohio and New Hampshire and go chill and study in states like Hawaii (as if we needed any real reasons to want to go to Hawaii).
Modern coal mining isn't tired men toiling away in dark caves. It's machines removing the tops of mountains and scooping out the exposed coal.
Childbirth is, of course, high on the list, but don't sleep on bullet ant stings or trigeminal neuralgia, a disease that is known as "the worst pain humans can suffer."
Compared to the 35 countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, which promotes policies to improve social and economic well-being, the US life expectancy of 78.8 years ranks 27th.
People are getting excited about the total solar eclipse that will sweep the US on Monday, August 21st. And — perhaps expectedly — no one seems to be more collectively pumped than those who live close to the eclipse's "path of totality".
Have you ever rolled your eyes at a job listing that used the phrase "go the extra mile"? We hope your eyes are warmed up, because you're about to see a lot of bad job listing clichés.
Six months into his presidency, Mr. Trump is using his Twitter account to insult others with a frequency and intensity not seen since he was a candidate.
Divorce rates vary a lot by group though. Rates are higher for the unemployed than employed. Divorce among Asians tends to be much lower than other races. Rates change a lot by education level. What about by occupation?
Not with a pop, but a hiss.
Looking over the past century, as a whole, people are staying single longer and marrying later.
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