Was there really an unprecedented spike in shootings of police?
This isn't America; it's Baltimore.
Census Bureau data suggest that the number of police per capita is declining in the United States.
Police are safer than ever — but why?
How many people are killed by police? The numbers are interesting, but not illuminating.
Prediction markets persistently and wildly underestimated both Trump and Brexit.
Terrorism in Eastern Europe has had the opposite trend of Western Europe.
The Council of Economic Advisers says the US has 35% fewer police than the world average; really?!