Why More Teens Are Overdosing On Drugs
A study in The Lancet projects 1.2 million more Americans could die of overdose by the end of this decade.
The CDC says 100,000 Americans died from drug overdose from 2020 to 2021.
A study in The Lancet projects 1.2 million more could die of overdose by the end of this decade.
That rate of death would blow past the worst of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
And researchers discovered drug overdose rates were up in every age group.
But they’re rising fastest among some of America's youngest adults.
How are U.S. jobs reports compiled?
The data is based off estimates and not full official counts of the entire labor force, which is now over 160 million strong in the U.S.
Why are single women outnumbering single men in homeownership?
One big factor is that women’s earnings have steadily increased in the past decade.
Why are some citizens protesting in France?
Hundreds of people were arrested in clashes amid some the biggest protests so far against the raising of France's retirement age.
What happens now that Donald Trump has been indicted?
An indictment has been issued, but there are still open questions about what exactly Trump is being charged with or when he might surrender.
A look back at America's changing relationship with milk
Milk gained popularity as something of an American symbol.
Lawmakers react after news of Trump indictment
As the news of a sealed indictment filed against former President Donald Trump broke, a stream of reaction from lawmakers surfaced.