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The world’s longest-reigning monarchs

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  Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest reigning monarch, worked alongside 14 U.S. presidents and 15 U.K. prime ministers, the last of whom, Liz Truss, was appointed …

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The most popular royal family members

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  After 70 years on the throne, the British public considers Queen Elizabeth II to be the best of the Royal bunch, according to a recent poll from Ipsos. …

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Public trust in FBI dwindling, except among Democrats

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  The FBI raided former U.S. President Donald Trump’s private club and residence in Palm Beach, Florida, on Monday, where they reportedly opened up a safe, following …

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These cities have more skyscrapers than NYC

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  The metropolis of Shenzhen in the southern Guangdong province of China has the most skyscrapers measuring over 200 meters tall of any city in the …

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People in this country have the most hangovers

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  Hangovers are most common amongst Brits, according to new data from Statista’s Global Consumer Survey, with around two out of every ten UK respondents saying they …

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Poll: Majority think Trump investigations should continue

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  Fifty-seven percent of voters said in an NBC survey that investigations into former U.S. President Donald Trump should continue following the FBI raid of his Mar-a-Lago estate, where documents taken from …

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Here’s where people ‘borrow’ their neighbors’ Wi-Fi most often

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  According to data collected by Statista’s Global Consumer Survey, 16 percent of Dutch online respondents said that they mainly access their internet at home via their neighbor or …

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The most equity-rich homeowners in America live here

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  Nearly half of U.S. mortgage payers own at least 50 percent equity, according to ATTOM’s Q2 2022 Home Equity & Underwater Report. This means that the balance of …

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These global airports had the most delayed flights this summer

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Although international air travel has bounced back faster than expected from the pandemic, the industry is still yet to fully recover following all of the staffing shortages …

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Latest data: The state of American democracy

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  According to data compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit, and further illustrated by Gregology, the United States is becoming less democratic. As our chart shows, the Democracy …

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Report: Gun production in US triples since 2000

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As deaths mount from gun-related violence in the U.S., so do the sales of firearms, according to the latest figures from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. …

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Confidence in US Supreme Court sinks to new low

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  Americans’ confidence in the Supreme Court has hit record lows, according to a new poll by Gallup. Only 25 percent of U.S. respondents said they had …

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LGBTQ+ couples still can’t adopt in these countries

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  In many countries, it is still illegal for members of the LGBTQ+ community to adopt and foster children. The following map uses data from the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans …

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This deadly disease is on the rise again. Here’s what you should know

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  More than $9 billion was pumped into the research and development of Covid-19 vaccines in 2020, the biggest injection of cash ever raised for a disease’s R&D …

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Where exactly has monkeypox spread to already?

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  The monkeypox virus has sprung up in countries around the world, including in places where the virus does not usually exist. While there are several disease …

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This US president doled out the most pardons

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U.S. President Joe Biden issued the first three pardons of his term in office and shortened the sentences of 75 people who had been charged for …

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Does 9-to-5 still work in 2022?

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After having had a taste of remote working through the pandemic, employees are now yearning for even greater flexibility when it comes to their working hours. According …