The agency said it’s part of bringing a more data-based approach to policymaking.
In a new book, legal historian Amy Gajda explores the origins of the “right to privacy.” A daring moment in a Broadway show is part of the story.
The bureau thinks it missed 3% of African Americans, 5% of Hispanics and 6% of Alaska Natives and Native Americans living on reservations.
FRED, a popular government website, started tracking 30 kinds of data in 1991. Now it tracks 800,000.
The Federal Reserve Economic Database, or FRED, has been an important resource for economists and more for decades. But what's next step for the database?
Employee timecard data can hint at what’s happening in the labor market in real time, but drawing conclusions takes nuance.
Behind every artificial intelligence project is lot of intensive human labor. Marketplace speaks to data labelers in central China.
As Wall Street trading now relies heavily on computers and AI, data used to analyze various sectors is a valuable commodity.
The payment app's public transactions reveal consumer spending habits during COVID-19 restrictions.
Washington Post reporter Christopher Ingraham once called Red Lake County, Minnesota the "worst place to live in America." Now? He lives there.