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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.
New research shows how social schedules and biological rhythms come into conflict along time zone borders.
In some jurisdictions, marijuana possession cases account for over 40 percent of all arrests.
We could all learn something from little kids who demand the same experience over and over again.
The latest General Social Survey asked about pets for the first time, giving us one of the clearest looks yet at the differences between dog and cat owners.
Americans consume more fresh avocados (7.5 pounds) per capita each year than they do peaches, pears, plums, prunes and nectarines combined. Closing the border could eliminate the trendy fruit here in weeks.
The share of adults reporting no sex in the past year has risen to its highest level in three decades of polling.
Studies show that lawmakers drastically underestimate public support for raising the minimum wage.
The steep decline in public confidence is partly driven by a growing partisan trust gap, data show
Even as the United States economy improved after the end of the Great Recession, the report said, happiness among adults did not rebound and continues a slow decline ongoing since at least 2000.
A Gini coefficient for major league sports titles.