One in 40 U.S. Children Are on Autism Spectrum
Here’s Where Americans See Some Common Ground on Immigration
Sexual Harassment in Workplace Is Seen Differently by Men, Women
A new U.S. Geological Survey national volcanic threat assessment identified 18 volcanoes as a “very high” risk.
Ascent of a More Diverse Democratic House: Demographic Trends
A baby born in 2017 can expect to live 78.6 years, which was down from 78.7 years in 2016.
Roughly nine in 10 firms do not anticipate relocating production back to the U.S. due to the tariffs and other trade war factors.
Sellers will see increasing competition adding pressure on prices and may find it will take longer to sell in the coming year.
U.S. Abortions Dropped to Lowest in at Least a Decade, CDC Says
Fire Risk: California Drought Conditions 100%, Up From 26%
Corporate America's Debt Boom Looks Like a Bust for the Economy
Tinderbox California: Drought, Dry Soil Cover 100% of State
Living together is become more popular than marriage for young American couples, according to Census Bureau data.
Outstanding Student Loan Debt Approaches $1.5 Trillion
Twenty Million More Americans Have Health Insurance Versus 2010
U.S. Treasury Brought in a Record $5.6 Billion in Tariff Revenue
The Metro Areas That Have Created the Most Jobs Under Trump
From Georgia to Delaware: U.S. County Level Income Inequality
Making Real Stuff Is an Increasingly Large Part of U.S. Economy
The number of job cuts at U.S. companies employing at least 5,000 people rose to the highest in almost a decade over the summer
U.S. Manufacturing Forges Own Path Amid Global Slowdown