Our first guest columnist, Esteban Moro of MIT, highlights the places in America where the rich and poor hardly ever interact
One number to rule them all
The most dangerous county borders the least dangerous county - what's the big difference?
Young mothers fall into cycles of poverty, making it difficult for their children to achieve the American Dream
Do you make enough money to cover your city's costs?
For our 10th article (!!!), see why 6th graders in the richest counties read 4 grade levels ahead of their peers in the poorest counties
1 in 5 Americans is struggling with mental health, but care isn’t equally accessible to those who need it most, particularly in America's prisons
567,000 people are homeless in America - half of them live in just two states.
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