Public opinion data going back to the 1930s shows that generally speaking, Americans oppose large numbers of refugees entering the country.
Two-thirds of Americans say people will have to make major changes in the way they live to reduce the effects of climate change, but data on how much people have actually adopted several recommended lifestyle changes paints a very mixed picture.
U.S. homes are more energy-efficient per square foot than they used to be. But they're also bigger, and their increased size offsets most of the efficiency gains.
The U.S. Virgin Islands is the most "energy intensive" place on Earth -- meaning it uses the most energy per unit of GDP -- while gambling hub Macau is one of the least.
The attitudes of Republicans living in House Freedom Caucus members' districts look very similar to those in other Republican-represented districts.
We've confirmed the identities of 36 members of the caucus, and they are among the most conservative and recently elected of Republican representatives.
Hundreds of thousands of mostly young refugees are fleeing into Europe, where most countries have rapidly aging (and sometimes shrinking) populations.
For the hundreds of thousands of migrants entering the European Union, their chances of gaining asylum vary greatly depending on where they're from and in which country they apply.
Although Europe is struggling to manage the hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing conflicts in the Middle East, Africa and elsewhere, the countries facing the biggest refugee impacts are the ones closest to the fighting.
Just what is "economic inequality"? Depends on whom you ask.