An additional $2.1 trillion of spending will be needed to get America's infrastructure back on track - here's how that creates an opportunity for investors.
This stunning one minute animation breaks down U.S. government discretionary spending from 1963 all the way until today.
Aside from the obvious human toll, violence also hurts productivity and wealth creation. We visualize the real economic impact of violence in these charts.
How are American household finances shifting in terms of income, savings, debt, and spending? This series of charts shows the trends you need to know.
How much more expensive are basic staples than they were 10 years ago? This infographic tracks grocery prices for 30 common items like cheese, fruit, and...
It's been many years in the making, but all U.S. federal government spending data is now harmonized - and anybody can have access to it.
Even with a healthcare system that leans heavily on the private sector, the U.S. government actually spends more money on public healthcare than most countries.