In 2018, The United States will take in about 20,000 refugees, below the cap of 45,000 set by Donald Trump’s administration, and a quarter of those granted entry during Barack Obama’s last year. Where are these refugees settling, and what cities will see the biggest drop?
In 2016, the College Scorecard database was released as a way to show who gets into what school, and what they do after they graduate. Use this data to help find the college that's perfect for you.
On May 31, Sears Holdings announced its plans to close 63 of its Kmart and Sears stores. In less than two years, the company announced over 500 store closings.
Since January 2017 Gov. Scott Walker has traveled across the state with a lot of focus on western Wisconsin where swing voters could be a key to his re-election prospects in November.
How much property or violent crime is there in your city? How does that compare with others in your state? Use our crime database to find out.
Toys R Us announced today they are closing nearly 180 stores nationwide. Use our interactive database to search by state or location and find out if yours is closing.
Each state has its own policies regarding sexual harassment and misconduct. What are your state's? Use our database to see how your state compares to others.
Want to know the most popular name the year you were born? Was your name one of the top five? Check out our interactive database of most popular names by year to find out.
WalletHub used 23 metrics to compare the quality and efficiency of state-government services across five distinct categories — Education, Health, Safety, Economy, and Infrastructure & Pollution — taking into account the drastically different rates at which citizens are taxed in each state.
Wallethub's analysts compared cities' rates of homelessness, percentage of income donated to charity, most volunteering hours per capita and more to determine which are the most caring.
WalletHub’s analysts compared more than 1,200 small-sized cities across 16 key metrics, including average growth in number of small businesses, investor access and labor costs.
WalletHub's analysts compared the 50 states based on statistics such as the presence of illegal gambling operations and share of adults with gambling disorders.
In order to help ease the process of finding the best opportunities and teaching environments, WalletHub’s analysts compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia based on 16 key indicators of teacher-friendliness. Our data set ranges from “median starting salary” to “pupil-teacher ratio” to “school safety.”