Where the 'Karens' Are: California, New York Top States for Viral Incidents
From Central Park "Karen" to Pacific Heights "Karen," we examined 150 viral incidents and where they've taken place across the US.
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.
Confederate Symbols Study: Where Are Confederate Monuments Being Removed
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 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.