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Gov. Newsom Keeps His Seat As A Majority Of California Voters Reject The Recall

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

According to the AP, voters have decided not to recall California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. He will remain the leader of the country's most populous state until at least 2023.


This Is How The White Population Is Actually Changing Based On New Census Data

Sunday, August 22, 2021

The white population is still the largest racial group in the U.S. Whether it is declining depends on how you define "white." Narrow definitions, researchers warn, can be misleading and dangerous.


What The New Census Data Shows About Race Depends On How You Look At It

Friday, August 13, 2021

Growing numbers of people in the U.S. are reporting on census forms that they identify with more than one racial group. But they're often hidden in breakdowns of the country's demographics.


3 Things To Know About What Scientists Say About Our Future Climate

Tuesday, August 10, 2021

The latest report from climate scientists provides a stark warning about how fast the planet is changing. Here are the top takeaways.


Who Will Pay To Protect Tech Giants From Rising Seas?

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Coastal cities need billions of dollars to build defenses against sea level rise. Tensions are rising over where that funding will come from: taxpayers or private companies with waterfront property?


FEMA Rejected 95% Of Aid Applicants During California's Last Wildfire Disaster. Why?

Friday, July 02, 2021

California's 2020 wildfires set a record: the most acres burned in a year. But another record was set: The second half of the wildfire season had the lowest FEMA wildfire-aid approval rate.


Coronavirus World Map: We've Now Passed The 100 Million Mark For Infections

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed at least 2 million globally.


How Severe Is Your State's Coronavirus Outbreak?

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off.


Why The Pandemic Is 10 Times Worse Than You Think

Saturday, February 06, 2021

Not everyone gets tested. A new model estimates how many infections are missed because of this and how many people are actively shedding the virus. The results lend urgency to the vaccine race.


Across The South COVID-19 Vaccine Sites Missing From Black And Hispanic Neighborhoods

Friday, February 05, 2021

An NPR analysis of COVID-19 vaccination sites in major cities across the Southern U.S. reveals a racial disparity, with most sites located in whiter neighborhoods.


Money Tracker: How Much Trump And Biden Have Raised In The 2020 Election

Friday, December 04, 2020

See the latest campaign finance figures for President Trump and his challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden.


Smartphone Data: Many Americans Ignored Thanksgiving Travel Warnings From The CDC

Thursday, December 03, 2020

NPR analyzed data by SafeGraph to determine the percentage of people who stayed at their "home" location for Thanksgiving as well as the percentage who traveled 31 miles or more.


Polling Places Are Closing Due To COVID-19. It Could Tip Races In 1 Swing State

Thursday, October 29, 2020

As many as 30% of Iowa voters could be affected by polling place closures, according to a new analysis by NPR, the Center for Public Integrity and Stateline.


America's 200,000 COVID-19 Deaths: Small Cities And Towns Bear A Growing Share

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Early in the pandemic, most deaths occurred in large cities. But now, as COVID-19 spreads across the U.S., smaller communities are suffering many losses as well.


From Rent Freezes To Liquor Buybacks: How States Are Helping People Cope

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

With limited resources themselves, states are having to get creative helping residents deal with the COVID-19 economic slowdown. But how much help you can get depends on where you live.


In Large Texas Cities, Access To Coronavirus Testing May Depend On Where You Live

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

An NPR investigation shows that black and Latino neighborhoods in four large Texas cities have fewer coronavirus testing sites, leaving communities blind to potential COVID-19 outbreaks.


Mobile Phone Data Show More Americans Are Leaving Their Homes, Despite Orders

Friday, May 01, 2020

Emerging data suggest that though people altered their habits during the first month of America's response to the pandemic, that cooperation has since leveled off and — eventually — decreased.