If you're thinking of a world map, you're probably thinking about the Mercator projection, which flattens the globe into a rectangular presentation — and in the process, severely distorts the size of areas closer to the poles.
We're going to go out on a limb here and say a certain president of the United States seems to be lurking on everyone's minds on Reddit.
What makes a titletown?
One way to answer that question is to assign each state's electoral votes to whichever party won the most races in that state on Tuesday.
Retailers have been found to inflate prices in the lead-up to Black Friday in order to overstate discounts.
Do countries with bigger economies have less corruption, or is that not necessarily the case?
You weren't just imagining it — the iPhone X was a big jump.
In 2012 it was indisputably Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe." In 2002, Nelly's "Hot in Herre." Back in 1992, it was Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back." What was it for 2018?
If households in the US were boiled down into 100 homes, only one house would be making more than $300,000 per year.
While it's no secret that economic disparity is widening in the US, the fact that a high percentage of wage earners made less than $5,000 last year is both startling and bleak.
3.5 million campaign ads have aired so far this year, but not every part of the country is focusing on the same issues and topics.
Looking for a job? Your best bet might be Lake Charles, Louisiana, which has seen a staggering 28.3% increase in jobs since 2013.
You might assume that the US starts out ahead and stays ahead for the whole race, and you'd be right. But this animation is worth watching to the end, because there are some pretty stunning late-breaking twists.
San Francisco comes in a close second — but with a twist.
America is warming fast. See how your city's weather will be different in just one generation.
At QuillBot, we are building an artificial intelligence that can rephrase full sentences. We call it a smart thesaurus. During the development of this tools, we needed to extract large amounts of natural language data, analyze this data, and determine which data is best for our algorithms to train on.
Winter is coming, which means, after the lovely period between AC season and heater season, a higher utility bill is also coming. But where will it be highest?
Under the hood: heavy debt, supplier IOUs and dwindling cash.
Different states have varying income and sales tax rates and so if you want to avoid a heavy tax burden, there are some parts of the US you might want to avoid.
Kinshasa is now bigger than Paris. Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Shenzhen are forming an epic, 40 million-person super city.
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