10 Years after Hurricane Katrina

10 Years after Hurricane Katrina

Ten years ago in August 2005, Hurricane Katrina demolished New Orleans. With damage totaling up to...

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Millennials, Debt, and Boomerang Kids

Millennials, Debt, and Boomerang Kids

Earlier this summer, the New York Times wrote about the rising number of Millennials returning to...

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Heroin use in U.S. on the Rise

Heroin use in U.S. on the Rise

The White House recently released details of a plan aimed at cutting heroin use in certain area...

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Coca-Cola, Exercise and America’s Continued Obesity

Coca-Cola, Exercise and America’s Continued Obesity

Coca-Cola is making headlines for paying scientists to tout a new solution to obesity. They are pro...

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The Complicated Math of Last Week's Republican Debates

The Complicated Math of Last Week's Republican Debates

On August 6th, FOX News held the first debates for the Republican Party primaries. But how did the...

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Shifting View on the Treatment of Black Population

Shifting View on the Treatment of Black Population

Results from Gallup’s 2015 Minority Rights and Relations Poll released Tuesday, August 4 show tha...

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Iranian Opinion on the Nuclear Deal

Iranian Opinion on the Nuclear Deal

We’ve heard what the talking heads in the United States think of the nuclear deal being brokered w...

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Youth, Internet, & Social Media

Youth, Internet, & Social Media

A report published this spring by the Pew Research Center finds that 24% of teens go online “almo...

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Reestablishing Ties with Cuba

Reestablishing Ties with Cuba

With U.S-Cuba relations improving to the point of reopening the Cuban embassy in Washington D.C., t...

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The Washington Post Tracks Police Shootings in 2015

The Washington Post Tracks Police Shootings in 2015

The Washington Post data team announced recently that it has created a database to track fatal s...

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