Three Stats and a Map - Forest fires have been blazing in Indonesia throughout the year, making it likely that the country will experience more fires in 2015 than it did in 2006, one of its worst fire seasons on record, and the costs are enormous, to humans, the environment and the islands-nation's biodiversity.
Three Stats and a Map
Three Stats and a Map - The conflict in Syria has resulted in millions of Syrians fleeing the country, seeking refuge elsewhere, while millions more are internally displaced. Where are they finding welcome?
Three Stats and a Map - This past Saturday was World Day Against the Death Penalty. The day has special significance this year for Catholics, because earlier this year Pope Francis issued his most forceful call yet to abolish the practice, which he says is inconsistent with the Catholic Church’s pro-life values.
Three Stats and a Map - The recent visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. this month caused a lot of lively discussion on social media, when social media itself is something the pontiff cautions against overusing.
Three Stats and a Map - The Nuns on the Bus are in Nashville, so today’s Three Stats in a Map is all about the Music City.
Three Stats and a Map - This morning, the Pew Research Center released a 140-page report on the beliefs and opinions of the United States’ Catholic adult population, an in-depth look at what they believe about family life and the church.
Three Stats and a Map - Data shows that inmates in U.S. federal prisons are more religious than the general U.S. population. This week's Three Stats and a Map takes a closer look at the numbers.
Three Stats and a Map - With fewer and fewer parishes and a growing Catholic population, are we about to witness the rise of the Catholic megaparish?
Three Stats and a Map - Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman has been out for a whole week now, and almost everyone is talking about it. So it seemed like a good opportunity to make this week's #3Stats all about (print) books.
Three Stats and a Map - Earlier this week, the World Health Organization announced that Ethiopia was finally polio free. Yet, polio, not to mention other preventable diseases, are still found in other countries around the world.