The majority of US non-parents who say they're not likely to have children, simply don't want to. Medical and financial were the next most common reasons.
4.4 million Americans left their jobs in September, meaning the number of US workers quitting has now exceeded pre-pandemic highs for six straight months.
Thanksgiving has a long tradition in the US, but it's important to remember it for what it really is. We need to tell the whole story of Thanksgiving.
California's move to generate clean energy from floating wind farms could convert the state to using 60% renewable electricity by 2030 and 100% by 2045.
US consumer prices have risen to their highest rate since 1990, with consumer prices up 6.2% compared. Economists say the inflation could be long-lasting.
$1 trillion in federal spending has been promised in America's largest infrastructure bill in decades, prioritizing public transport and mitigating climate change.
Through their collective power, global businesses working in the First Movers Coalition are making technologies of tomorrow commercially viable today.
In the past year, the consumer price index has increased, causing a significant rise in the prices of many popular items in the US, which will impact many.
Depression among adults in the US tripled in early 2020 due to the global coronavirus pandemic. It has continued to rise, now affecting 1-in-3 Americans.
According to a new poll, 31% of Americans say that COVID-19 has affected their household’s access to food with 17% saying they visited food banks more.
Nearly 40% of rural Black Americans have no internet at home and the lack of available services and cost contribute to the digital gap.
Research shows that single adults who live in America are more likely to be worse off economically than people who have a partner.
Ottawa, Illinois, receives runoff from the Illinois and Fox river watersheds making flooding long a part of life. The city has worked to limit its impact, though.
US schools are being forced to take “heat days”, cutting school days short because of classrooms that are too hot for students to effectively learn in.
This map shows The United States' 333 million strong population is split up into 392 metropolitan statistical areas and 547 micropolitan statistical areas.