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Christopher Ingraham writes about all things data, with a particular interest in gun policy and drug policy. He previously worked at the Brookings Institution and the Pew Research Center.
“What was done was not fair, just or right in most cases," lawmakers say.
Hate trumps love on lawmakers' Facebook pages since the 2016 election, a new Pew study reports.
Marijuana legalization is freeing up police to fight more serious crime, study suggests.
Survey shows broad bipartisan support for a number of measures intended to make it easier to vote.
Higher temperatures, indoor and out, have been repeatedly shown to reduce academic performance.
The 75-page report, requested by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, conducted a "thorough review" of the "health, criminal justice and public safety, economic, and educational impacts of a regulated marijuana program" in New York State.
Supporters have submitted signatures for a full legalization measure to appear on the ballot this fall.
White Americans’ negative attitudes toward immigrants are driven overwhelmingly by racial prejudices, not “economic anxiety,” according to a new study.
A Gini coefficient for major league sports titles.
Trump has now put hefty tariffs on $85 billion worth of imports, and he's threatened to hit about $750 billion more.