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16 million more Gen Zs are eligible to vote in the 2020 election. Gen Zs have the highest number of Hispanic and Black individuals than any other voters demographic.
It's predicted that 2021 could bring an avalanche of business insolvencies as the effects of lockdown regulations, in response to COVID-19, are realized.
Forest fires have been increasing dramatically, as global warming is leading to longer, harsher droughts and more extreme weather events.
A report published in VoxEU shows that American commuters save around 54 minutes a day by not traveling to work. This saved time is used for childcare and leisure.
The United States can boast the world's largest economy, committing over $21 trillion dollars and a quarter of the world's GDP. This 3D map shows the country's largest economic output.
A new study finds that while immigrants make up roughly 15% of workers in the United States, they are 80% more likely to become entrepreneurs.
Development issues are becoming part of a mounting ideological competition between the two top powers in the world.
Over the last decade fire suppression in California cost 16 times as much as it did during the 1980s.
Systemic racism has hampered economic and social progress since the abolition of the slave trade. Countries including the United States, France and Brazil are still struggling with issues...
The death of the Black Panther star at 43 put the disease in the spotlight: why are Black people in the US 40% more likely to die from colorectal cancer?
China are working to become a more dependant nation, by introducing a 'dual circulation' model. The model will mean China relies more on internal supply.
Jane Fraser has been appointed chief executive officer of Citigroup bank. It is the first time a major Wall Street bank has had a female CEO.
Jay Fairbrother is a 38-year-old out of work accountant from New York. He shares his experience of being unemployed during the pandemic as well as his fears for the future.
52% of young adults currently say they're residing with one or both of their parents, and COVID-19 is thought to be directly responsible for a 5% rise.
A mass eviction could cause spikes in COVID-19 cases, as more people are forced to congregate in homeless shelters.