Recent research finds that American farmers recognize the urgent threat of climate change and seek solutions to help them adapt.
In the wake of Buffalo, Uvalde, and Highland Park, we examine America’s deep frustration with our gun laws.
After decades of mostly talk, recent research finds that businesses and consumers are finally beginning to act on climate change.
Beyond GDP, jobs, and the Dow Jones: unusual economic indicators you can use to track recovery from the pandemic.
Many law firms are committed to recruiting, retaining, and supporting women lawyers. Yet, the data suggest that there is still much room for improvement.
The narrative around the Supreme Court has shifted over the last few years. What can we learn from current and historical public opinion data?
We examine a surging trend in home improvement and predict that hibernesting will continue into the Fall.
Sara Parikh examines the data on women in the workforce (and beyond). What has been achieved in the last 40 years, and where is there still progress to be made?
No matter how you look at the data, Black Americans live in a much more precarious and hostile world than white Americans. Silence is not an option.
October is National Women-Owned Small Business Month, which is a good time to reflect on the status of women-owned businesses. While not much has changed in the data since last year, the long-term trends are still astounding, and raise some really big questions.