Princeton professors Ann Case and Angus Deaton appeared on National Public Radio’s Morning Edition today to speak about their 2015 paper that found an unprecedented increase in midlife mortality in white Americans.
The World Happiness Report, which is a real thing, released its 2017 report of how happy everyone is. Along with some great analysis, they released a descending list of 155 countries from happiest to unhappiest.
WalletHub’s analysts compared the 50 states across three key metrics: return on taxes paid to the federal government, federal funding as a share of state revenue, and share of federal jobs.
Driving aptitude was noticeably absent from the ranking’s methodology.
#Maine has been providing you direct access to Maine’s footprint on the internet for over a thousand days now. We’ve curated our top ten most viewed posts, reminding us what a strange trip it’s been.
Don’t have a spot yet? We compiled a list of places where the most moose were harvested, according to Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife data from 2015.
The Sierra Club, a San Francisco-based environmental organization, deemed Bar Harbor’s College of the Atlantic (COA) the greenest college in the United States. COA jumped up to first from the 16th spot in the 2015 list, receiving 783.41 points out of a possible 1000. The second-place school, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, […]
Where does your town rank?
Densely populated places with a lot of young, single people are exciting, based on this evaluation, and the less a town matches that description, the more boring it is.