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The Rundown
Real Wages Have Barely Budged in Decades
Americans’ paychecks are bigger than they were 40 years ago—but their purchasing power hasn’t changed much, according to the Pew Research Center. Most wage increases have gone to the highest earners.
SEE CHARTS
Your Favorite National Park Needs Fixing
From Acadia to Zion, our new interactive shows park-by-park repair-backlog costs across the National Park System and why funding is needed now. Find your park’s status.
WHAT'S NEEDED
Fact-First Approach Helps Reduce Youth Recidivism
Florida’s Department of Juvenile Justice is using an innovative, evidence-based tool to improve programs that help young people avoid getting into trouble with the law again and again.
KEY FINDINGS
Is the Middle Child Going Extinct? 
A growing share of Americans now say three or more kids are ideal. But middle children are less common than they used to be, according to a Pew Research Center analysis.
QUICK STATS
STATELINE
Caught in a Disaster? Your Rescuer Might Be an Amateur
PEW IN THE NEWS
Wisconsin Tackles the Opioid Crisis
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Consumers Exposed to Potentially Harmful Financial Products From Fragmented Regulation, Study Argues
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