78% of Russians
polled said the United States meddles "a great deal" or "a fair amount" in Russian politics, compared to 69 percent of Americans who say the same about Russian interference in U.S. politics. The results come from comparative polling data collected by the Chicago Council of Global Affairs and its Russian partner, the Levada Center.
who served in World War II are still alive. In all, 16 million Americans served in the war.
One in three babies
is born by caesarean section in the United States. That's up from about one in five in the 1990s.
is North Korea's top export. No. 2 is men's outerwear.
For every woman
in political office in the United States, there are three men.