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 latest survey results from the political science research project Bright Line Watch are in: US democracy gets just 61 out of 100.
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Paper ballots and updated voter machine standards are among the best ways to protect democracy and the security of the election, experts say.
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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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A recent CDC report says only 6% of people who died from COVID-19 in 2019 didn't have any comorbidities. That doesn't mean what you'll read on social media.
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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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A new report on when states enacted pandemic-fighting measures like social distancing also shows that reopening the economy will take major caution.
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New big-data research connects "underwater" mortgages from the 2007-08 recession with people's stagnant earnings and inability to move.
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A huge number of older adults get prescriptions through the mail, poll data shows. Delays in mail delivery could affect their getting medications on time.
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