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  • Which states have the most Death Row Inmates?

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders have made criminal justice reform a key campaign issue in their party’s race for the presidential nomination. After an early February Democratic debate dove into aspects of the topic, Newsweek pointed out that little separates the two when it comes to criminal justice reform. But a difference arises when looking at the death penalty. During the February debate, Clinton said she supports capital punishment “for very limited, particularly heinous […]

  • Places with the most vehicle thefts in every state; can you guess where in Wisconsin?

    First, the good news. Motor vehicle theft has dropped significantly in the United States since the early ‘90s. In fact, it’s nearly three times less common today than it was in 1993. Now, the bad news. Car theft remains a big problem in some regions of the country. At FindTheHome, a real estate data site that’s part of the Graphiq network, we set out to compare vehicle theft rates around America. We turned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform […]

  • The most famous actor from every state

    You don’t necessarily have to be born in Tinseltown to make it as a star. While it certainly helps to be born in the epicenter of the entertainment industry, the path to Hollywood is not always a direct one. Today’s stars have varied roots across the country, such as a cattle ranch in Wyoming or New York City’s theaters. Each state has produced at least one star it is proud to call its own. Some states, like California or New […]

  • The most expensive places to live in the U.S.

    You probably know someone with a tech job in San Francisco or an advertising gig in New York. She eats at world-class restaurants, travels to foreign countries on business and boasts a LinkedIn profile sparkling with brand names and blockbuster deals. But what gets under your skin most is her salary, which rumors peg more than 50 percent higher than yours. It’s enough to make any American envious — until you factor in the cost of living. When adjusted for […]

  • The burger with the fewest calories at 20 chain restaurants

    Your friends want to go get fast food one afternoon. You’re happy to go, but probably don’t want to completely destroy the healthy streak you’ve been proudly keeping for the past couple of weeks. So which burger should you choose to avoid derailing your diet in one sitting? HealthGrove decided to help make that decision easier. Using nutrition data from ESHA, HealthGrove, part of the Graphiq network, found the least caloric burger at 20 popular chain restaurants. The list is […]

  • Names that have experienced the biggest fads over the last 100 years

    Like all other fads, popular baby names come and go, shaped by unseen forces of pop culture and new trends. MooseRoots sought to identify the names that experienced dramatic increases in popularity, only to fall back to obscurity. While it won’t shock readers that Shirley Temple inspired parents to name their little girls after the curly-haired wonder, others might surprise you. To determine which names endured the biggest fads, MooseRoots identified names that experienced at least a 700 percent increase […]

  • Brussels Airport reopens to passenger flights amid enhanced security

    BRUSSELS, Belgium — The first passenger jet has departed Brussels Airport since the terror attacks that struck 12 days ago — a symbolic step toward normalcy in the Belgian capital. A moment of silence was observed Sunday at the airport shortly before a Brussels Airlines flight departed at 1:40 p.m. (7.40 a.m. ET) for Faro, Portugal. Two other Brussels Airlines passenger flights — to Turin, Italy, and Athens, Greece — were scheduled to depart Sunday as the airport slowly begins resuming […]

  • Azerbaijan declares ‘unilateral ceasefire’ amid Nagorno-Karabakh violence

    AZERBAIJAN — Azerbaijan says it is laying down its weapons in its recent conflict with Armenia, according to state media, a day after 30 soldiers from both sides were killed. “In the light of persistent calls from international organizations and given the fact that the government of Azerbaijan is pursuing a peaceful policy, the Azerbaijani armed forces took a unilateral decision to stop counter-attacks and retaliatory action against the enemy in the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan,” the country’s […]

  • 6.9-magnitude earthquake hits Vanuatu in south Pacific

    VANUATU — A 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu Sunday, according to the United States Geological Survey. The USGS said the quake hit at 7:23 p.m. local time (3.23 a.m. CDT) off the island of Espiritu Santo, 407 kilometers (260 miles) north-northwest of the capital, Port Vila. It occurred at a relatively shallow depth of 35 kilometers (22 miles). The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center initially warned of a potential tsunami, but subsequently said the threat of […]

  • Facebook punts on bid to stream NFL games

    NEW YORK — Facebook has withdrawn its bid to live stream NFL games next season, according to a person in a position to know. The news was first reported by Bloomberg. Both Facebook and the NFL declined to comment. Facebook’s withdrawal comes less than a month after it had put in a bid for the league’s “Thursday Night Football” package. It was competing with Amazon, Verizon, and other streaming video outlets. [findthebest id=”6RSLjZ8efKl” title=”Facebook Inc. (FB)” width=”700″ height=”523″ url=”https://w.graphiq.com/w/6RSLjZ8efKl” link=”http://listings.findthecompany.com/l/14143267/Facebook-Inc-in-Menlo-Park-CA” link_text=”Facebook Inc. […]

  • 6.2-magnitude earthquake shakes remote region of Alaska

    ANCHORAGE — A preliminary 6.2-magnitude earthquake hit a remote region of Alaska late Friday night, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The temblor struck the Alaska Peninsula more than 400 miles (649 kilometers) southwest of Anchorage, according to the USGS. No tsunami warning was issued. The area is sparsely populated and no damage or injuries have been reported so far. [findthebest id=”gPlBQM4f2o5″ title=”Earthquakes magnitude 5 and over in the past year” width=”600″ height=”561″ url=”https://w.graphiq.com/w/gPlBQM4f2o5″ link=”http://recent-earthquakes.findthedata.com” link_text=”Earthquakes magnitude 5 and over in […]

  • CDC expands range of Zika mosquitoes into parts of Northeast

    ATLANTA — Federal health officials say the mosquitoes that can transmit the Zika virus may live in a broader swath of the U.S. than previously thought — but that doesn’t mean they’ll cause disease here. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday posted new maps of the estimated range of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, and a related cousin, on its website. Instead of just being in the southern part of the country, the new maps say the range may […]

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