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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.
The proximate cause of the shift was President Trump’s 2017 tax cut, which dramatically slashed taxes on corporate profits and estates, researchers say.
We're awash in visual misinformation. Alberto Cairo wants to help you see the truth.
Research published in the journal of the American Heart Association finds that dog ownership is associated with lower mortality rates. Now scientists are trying to find out just how dogs keep people alive.
The analysis sets the stage for a new book by economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman on tax avoidance among the rich.
The average American worker spent 225 hours, or well over nine full calendar days, commuting in 2018, data shows.
New research traces the Neolithic origins of modern-day inequality to the widespread use of oxen.
A report commissioned by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) found just half of the poorest 50-somethings in 1992 are still alive today, compared with nearly three-quarters of the richest.
Flat, dry and cold — it took harvest season for me to begin to appreciate the Red River Valley
People type their recession anxieties into Google, and they're currently at a fever pitch.
A Gini coefficient for major league sports titles.