Coronavirus and US College Reopenings: Schools Split Between On-Campus and Hybrid Learning
Most U.S. colleges plan to reopen in the fall, but many top schools are choosing a hybrid model of in-person and distance learning. Learn how schools are being impacted by coronavirus in each state.
Study: States Where Confederate Monuments Are Falling—And Where They’re Not
Our latest study examines the removal of Confederate monuments and memorials by state and provides an up-to-date count of how many Confederate monuments remain.
Survey: As Coronavirus Lockdowns Loosen, 1 in 5 Drivers Buying Car for Work
Twenty percent of car buyers are planning to purchase a commuter car to allay coronavirus concerns related to using public transportation and ride-sharing services.
Coronavirus Connections: Most Americans Reach Out to Distant Family, Old Friends, Survey Finds
Fifty-four percent of Americans reconnected with family and friends during the coronavirus pandemic, with most reaching out to siblings and grandparents.
Survey: Sketchy Coronavirus Messages Impersonate CDC, WHO Officials
In the latest findings, scammers are using the COVID-19 pandemic to target Americans via email, phone and text messages with bogus coronavirus scams and offers.
BeenVerified Study: Hacks Affect More Than Half of Email Accounts—and Most of Us Don’t Know It
With coronavirus phishing scams on the rise, BeenVerified's study finds 88% of email users have little idea their emails have been compromised in a data breach.
BeenVerified Spam Call Complaint Monitor: Social Security Scams Top Threat, New Text Con Emerges
Learn how Social Security spam calls and text message scams skyrocketed in BeenVerified's Spam Call Complaint Monitor.