Many lawmakers in the US House of Representatives voted in ways that benefited their personal finances, a new study shows.
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The new study examines a series of factors surrounding the announcement (or lack thereof) of statewide mask mandates in all 50 states.
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Getting the US census count right has never been easy. COVID-19 is just one thing that makes this year's task even more challenging.
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With a potential TikTok ban looming in the US, what happens if you use the app after the ban? It could put you at legal risk, experts say.
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"New Deal housing policies encouraged racial segregation and their substantial impact on American cities and towns can still be seen today."
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Robocalls aren't getting more frequent, resarchers report. That's just one finding from work dedicated to tracking robocalls to reduce or eliminate them.
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Non-COVID-19 doctor visits declined about 40% during the first six weeks or so of the pandemic. Stay-at-home orders likely played a significant role.
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A broad look at research on endocrine disruptors and human health consequences suggests regulations need to catch up to the evidence.
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Only a marginal part of American gun culture is political, new research suggests. It documents a mentality called "gun culture 3.0."
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