Americans want to restrict carbon emissions from coal power plants. The White House and Congress may do the opposite. A majority of adults in every congressional district in the nation support limiting carbon dioxide emissions from existing coal-fired power plants.
President Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton was among the narrowest in history, and the country is deeply split on his job performance so far. But if you feel like you hardly know anyone who disagrees with you about Trump, you’re not alone: Chances are the election was a landslide in your backyard.
The native-born U.S. workforce began to shrink last year, and the entire projected growth between today and 2035 will be driven by immigration, according to a new analysis by the Pew Research Center. Why it matters: To get a sense of how an economy with a shrinking workforce performs, look no further than Japan.
President Trump heads into his first address to Congress with the lowest job approval of any chief executive since Dwight D. Eisenhower, when Gallup began tracking the initial months of a president’s term. Mr. Trump’s record-low approval rating is because of high disapproval among Democrats and independents, but masks the considerable satisfaction Republicans feel with his presidency so far.
Nine films are nominated for best picture at the Academy Awards on Sunday. In what parts of the country was each contender the most popular? We wanted to find out for a few reasons. There has been an increasing disconnect between films that are hits and films that Hollywood honors.
After attending each year since 2006, I had to skip the convention in 2015 and 2016 because I now live in Seoul. But I’m making the long journey to Florida this year, and I wanted to know how many people would be there.
The fine folks at IRE graciously shared historical attendance data with me:
It’s unclear if Mr. Trump could carry out the deportations he has proposed without violating due process, especially at the scale and speed he has suggested. The last time the United States carried out mass deportations was when President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorized military-style roundups to expel hundreds of thousands of Mexicans in 1954.
Select a county of the bridges in are structurally deficient. That is the national average of 9.4%. See county details Percent structurally deficient bridges by county Bridges are rated by a sufficiency rating that is an overall measure based on inspector ratings of many aspects of the bridge’s top deck and underlying structure.