The FBI and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention both compile statistics on police shootings. Journalistic entities such as The Washington Post, CNN and ProPublica have produced articles that provide statistics... More »

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The official FBI website, FBI.gov, maintains a list of individuals wanted by the police. The list includes those wanted for felonies as well as those kidnapped and missing people. Additionally, the FBI operates a Twitter... More »

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The Dallas Police Department employed 4,052 people in 2011, according to the FBI. This number is split between 3,511 total officers and 541 total civilians. More »

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website, cdc.gov, has statistics on U.S. deaths in 2013. The site states that 2,596,993 Americans died in 2013; this number translates to a rate of approximately 216,416 d... More »

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Trusted online sources for disease statistics include the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) websites. NHLBI is part of the United States National In... More »

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CDC is an acronym for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a United States federal agency that is in charge of disease-related research, statistics, and health care information. It also presides over informing the... More »

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The websites of the Social Security Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide statistics related to life expectancy and current age. The Social Security website provides a life expectancy ... More »

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