Weird Driving Laws

Car owners in San Francisco are not allowed to dry or buff their vehicles with used underwear. In Japan you get a fine if you splash a pedestrian with rainwater while passing. The last sounds a bit more rational. Go on, there are 48 more weird driving laws from around the world that will make you frown or at least smile.

Homeless in the US 2012

Exhaustive data about homelessness : states accounting for nearly half the homeless population, states having the highest rates of unsheltered homeless and more!

Sunsets Around the World Nov13

Sunsets Around the World

Check out this photo compilation of enchanting sunsets from 24 of the most popular cities around the world and travel with your mind.

Too Many Lawyers in America

This infographic represents the fluctuation of new law school students compared to graduates who have found work in the law field in America. New lawyers are getting redundant while the likelihood of law school clearings is increasing.

Stand Your Own Ground Law Overview

The infographic examines the “Stand your Own Ground” since its infancy and pinpoints that several states with brutal legacies have modified their self-defense laws in ways that many Americans wonder if these laws are as race-neutral as they claim to be.

Mega Church Business Oct04

Mega Church Business

What do you know about Mega Churches in the US? The fact is that they show staggering growth over the last decade. There’s a growing body blaming them that they run on principles of business development like big enterprises do. What do you think?

Core Curriculum of America

Most educational experts agree that common core curriculum is not the solution to closing the achievement gap. Read some stats here.

American Tax Policy Rage

Americans show little to no confidence to the current tax system and public opinion, now more than ever, put weight behind tax reform. But how does the government respond to these signals?

Turning Fat to Energy

A quite keen infographic that examines the obesity situation in the US with a fresh look. Just think what would happen if obese and overweight Americans, who account for 70% of the general population, would turn their fat into electricity. That is FAT-tricity!

The World on Mobile

People from Lebara UK, sourcing data from the UN and PEW, visualize the worldwide mobile usage across 18 different countries from Europe, Africa, Middle East, America and Asia to show us how the world utilizes mobile technology to communicate.

Top Ranking American Certificate Degrees

Find 10 of the most popular certificate degrees in American education system ranked by attendance as of 2012. Read on to see 10 of the best US universities and the most sought after courses.

Fighting Children Asthma

Did you know that asthma is the most common chronic disease among children and that brings about 13KK of missing school days in America? This report addresses 4 approaches to better management of childhood asthma.

Under Audit

Here’s an infographic presenting strange audits in America. It covers celebrity tax evaders, the worst deductions that were tried and failed, and the worst type of audits.

American Scholarships

3.4 billion dollars are available via scholarship programs to students across America , and this infographic breaks down where they are coming from.

American Prison Paradox

Quick, easy, enligthening but hard. It seems that the American prison system is bleeding and is bloated of paradoxs. Read on 7 shocking facts.

American Bankruptcy 2012 Dec17

American Bankruptcy 2012

This report from Low Price Law outlines the situation with bankruptcy status of American families or singles and hightlights the reasons that lead to bankruptcy filing. However, a comparison between 2 annual periods of 2011 and 2012 allows some optimism.

Artificial vs Real Christmas Tree

Jolly statistics represetning the choice of American households between real and artificial Christmas trees. A good reason for real tree lovers to reconsider their views on Christmas traditions.

Public School Crisis in America

This graph outlines the situation in public American schools that results from budget deprivation for the educational system and the correlative effects on the society. Though there’s a growing body referring to educational crisis, Americans still have faith in their neighborhood schools.

American Startup Crisis

American startups have been in decline for the last 30 years underlying a crisis situation in the US entrepreneurship. This infographic shows us comparison statistics from the golden age back in 80’s and the current state and underlines the need for support.

American Neighborhood Festivals

Neighborhood nusic festivals are more than fun. They largely contribute to the local economy and community. Have a look at the best music festivals happening accross the US and get an idea of their impact on the local economic development.

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