A survey of CFOs shows they're optimistic about the prospects for the US economy this year. However, concerns about labour availability and costs remain.
The WHO is urging people to wear masks again, even if they're vaccinated. An infectious diseases expert explains whether its time for the US to mask up.
AI and statistical models are helping firefighters map out how and where fires might begin and spread, allowing fire crews to work with limited resources.
The world’s top 100 companies account for $31.7 trillion in market capital. US companies make up 65% of the total market value, equal to $20.55 trillion.
A new study has shown that physically intense work in hot temperatures could potentially increase US kidney disease rates.
A Pew Research Center survey has shown that Black and Hispanic adults in the U.S. are less likely than white adults to say they own a traditional computer.
The US is highly dependent on its neighbours, Canada and Mexico, for trade. The country’s top trading partner is Mexico, making up 14.8% of total trade.
Around 60% of the U.S. public have said that socializing with friends and family has returned to complete normality, while only 29% said travel was normal.
On board Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin suborbital space flight was 82-year-old Wally Funk, a former aviator who's set a new record for being the oldest astronaut.
Wildfires have been spreading across large areas in Western states of America due to the winds and hot conditions, as firefighter struggle to control them.
Floating wind farms off California's coast could could generate 4.6 gigawatts of energy powering 1.6 million homes, helping the US switch to renewables.
Using the most recent Census Bureau data, a visualization has been created which shows how each U.S. state's population has changed over the last decade.
It's vital that vulnerable demographics take extra precautions to protect themselves, such as increasing fluid intake and avoiding outdoor activities.
A study by the World Weather Attribution coalition concluded the heatwave in the US and Canada would have been 150 times rarer without global warming.
Economic opportunities, social norms and changing gender roles help to explain why fertility has slowed in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.