Datablog News & Analysis

Countries Hurt the Most by Aluminum and Steel Tariffs

We looked at aluminum and steel import values from 2008 through 2017 and performed a categorical breakdown on these articles, highlighting... Read More

The Most And Least Affordable Cities For Public Transit

Transit systems across the country are feeling financially squeezed, and many are passing the pain along to riders through fare hikes. New... Read More

NFL Teams Should Think Twice Before a Black Monday Firing

The end of week 17 in the NFL usually brings a series of firings for NFL coaches. In fact, only five of the 32 teams in the NFL have not... Read More

Which Holiday Weekends are Most Dangerous for Drivers?

Every year millions of Americans hit the road for the holidays, especially ones like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Do certain holidays tend... Read More

Which New York Neighborhoods Stand to Be Fined the Most by the New Airbnb Law?

The new New York State law against short-term rentals is poised to fine many of the Airbnb hosts. Some neighborhoods may be affected more... Read More

A Trade War Could Be Bad for Farmers and Consumers

Having a large trade deficit doesn't mean all trade is bad for the United States. Trade isn't simply an issue of good or bad, but is... Read More

How Did Trade Impact Pennsylvania in 2015?

We look at imports and exports in Pennsylvania in 2015 to see if trade has positively or negatively impacted the state. Click to read our... Read More

Which PC Games Have The Most Playtime Per Dollar?

We analyzed PC game data to figure out which products give players the most bang for their buck. We also explore interesting trends, and... Read More

A Year of Trade in New York: Exports and Imports in 2015

We analyzed imports and exports by country and commodity in New York state for 2015. Click to read our analysis of trade and commerce in... Read More