Forty-one mass killings (defined as an event in which four or more people die, excluding the perpetrator) occurred in the U.S. during 2019—the most of any year since the 1970s. In all, 211 people died, fewer than the 224 tallied during 2017, when a gunman killed 58 people in Las Vegas.
class="bullet-points"Border Patrol agents apprehended citizens of more than 100 countries around the world attempting to cross America’s southern border in 2018, including almost 9,000 Indians, 1,000 Chinese nationals, 250 Romanians, 153 Pakistanis, 159 Vietnamese, 15 Albanians, three people each from Syria and Taiwan, and two North Koreans.
Women who have health insurance pay an average out-of-pocket cost of $4,500 for the delivery of a baby, according to a study of 657,000 women by University of Michigan researchers. Those costs are largely the result of higher deductibles, as employers shift the soaring expense of health care onto employees.
Since California passed a law in 2018 requiring that every public company headquartered in the state add at least one woman to its board of directors, 183 new women-held seats have been created.
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Chelsea Clinton has received $9 million in salary and stock compensation since 2011 for serving on the board of the internet investment company IAC/InterActive Corp. IAC/Inter ActiveCorp is controlled by business mogul Barry Diller, a longtime friend of the Clintons.