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Elliott Ramos

Elliott Ramos is a data journalist for NBCNews.com.

Elliott Ramos is a data journalist for NBCNews.com.

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Map: See if the CDC recommends indoor mask use in the county where you live

Nationwide, 2 percent of counties are included in the indoor mask guidance.

Biden is proposing a federal gas tax holiday. Here’s how much it would save drivers.

President Joe Biden’s proposed gas tax holiday would save sedan drivers almost $3 on a fill-up if approved by Congress.
12d ago

Grocery stores are a hotbed of racism and hate crimes, data shows

Hate crimes at grocery stores have quadrupled since 2010, as the pandemic and politics and mask mandates collided in one of the few public gathering spaces still open during 2020.

Grocery stores are a hotbed of racism and hate crimes, data shows

Hate crimes at grocery stores have quadrupled since 2010, as the pandemic, politics and mask mandates collided in one of the few public gathering spaces still open in 2020.

MAP: Covid-19 vaccination tracker across the U.S.

NBC News is tracking administered doses in each state by surveying health departments and examining daily reports.

6 charts that show the rise of guns in the U.S. — and people dying from them

Data shows that guns exert a growing force on how we live and increasingly, how we die.
40d ago

Facebook checks for $397 hit Illinois bank accounts

Payments from the social network are part of a settlement over the company's facial recognition technology, the most visible digital privacy enforcement yet.

Map: Western states lead the nation in home solar installations

More than 3 million households and businesses have connected their solar panels to the grid, with California, Arizona and Hawaii leading the nation.
52d ago

Making up 1 million deaths: Where Covid killed

From nursing homes to prisons, measuring the pandemic's U.S. death toll.

More than half of states have banned books as anti-LGBTQ and anti-race education laws spread

School districts in 26 states have banned or opened investigations into more than 1,100 books, according to an April 2022 report from PEN America.

Pickleball’s the new jam: Why it’s now the fastest-growing sport

Pickleball has seen a boom in popularity in the past five years that accelerated during the pandemic. Millions are now playing the tennis-like low-impact sport.