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The data demonstrates that the world is still spending a considerable portion of public funds on defense.
Crimea’s decision to secede from Ukraine was actually quite predictable. Here's why.
The United States has less than 5% of the world’s population, but one-fourth of the world’s prisoners. Here’s what people got locked up for.
Far fewer planes go missing today than they did 50 years ago, but they are shrouded in mystery.
There are four times as many Irish-Americans as people in Ireland. And the stateside Irish really love St. Patrick’s Day.
The top earner last year netted more than $39 million.
The Malaysia Airlines plane that's missing is the 22nd plane to have crashed this year.
When it comes to civil or criminal justice, the U.S., among high-income nations, is not in the most enviable spot.
Mergers and acquisitions hit a five year high in 2013 -- and the investment banks that helped facilitate the deals made a lot of money in fees.
The United States ranks pretty low on the first-ever index that measures LGBT inclusion in armed forces.
The weather. The severe winter played havoc on economic conditions, according to the Federal Reserve.
With its defense budget, China is making a statement. And how do India, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan and the Philippines compare?
Every single geotagged tweet about the Oscars, in an animated map.
Every single geotagged tweet that used the #Euromaidan hashtag between Feb. 19 and 23, in an animated map.
More people put in requests to buy guns during December 2012 than any single month since 1993.
From Janet Gaynor, the first-ever Academy Award winner, to Jennifer Lawrence.
Only six winters in the last 150 years have been as severe as or worse than the winter of 2013-14 in New York City so far. Here’s proof.
Every single company bought by Amazon, Google, Apple, Yahoo and Facebook in the last 15 years, in one interactive visualization.
More than 230 million people were living outside the countries of their birth in 2013. Many of them sent money home.