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The pandemic has highlighted the many challenges faced by working mothers in the United States, but many of the issues are pre-date COVID-19.
Surveying the well-being of American adults found 21% are experiencing high levels of psychological distress, due to COVID-19 health and financial risks.
Only 9% of Americans are confident that life will return to how it was before the pandemic in under 6 months, according to a study by Pew Research Center.
Universal basic income is a polarizing issue, yet this US experiment is delivering some surprising and positive results.
The US has pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. The IMF suggests 3 policies that could help the US help meet their green targets.
These savings can be seen as less excessive when the unprecedented government household interventions which occurred over the last year are considered.
Governments, companies and other organizations are looking towards reforestation as a means to slow climate change - but where will the billions of seedlings needed come from?
The Biden administration's presidency of the UN Security Council this month is an historic opportunity to raise the profile of climate security concerns.
States need to recognize the vulnerability of the grid, plan and invest in local, distributed energy resources, writes the CEO of Stem John Carrington.
Over 4m homes in Florida, California, South Carolina and Texas are at substantial risk from flooding but most aren't required to have flood insurance.
Racial minority communities that lack internet access are being left behind in the race to get a COVID-19 vaccine, according to research.
A programme in Denver replaces police officers with health care workers on mental health/ substance abuse calls, resulting in 0 arrests from 748 callouts.
With increased life expectancy in developed and developing countries, the United Nations predicts the number of centenarians worldwide will rise to 573,000 this year.
March and April 2020 saw an unprecedented spike in US job losses due to COVID-19, with unemployment continuing into 2021.
A Pew Research Center survey has found 1 in 20 U.S. adults moved permanently or temporarily due to financial or health concerns in the COVID-19 pandemic.