For example, the Gun Violence Archive, a nonprofit organization that tracks gun-related injuries and deaths, defines a mass shooting as "four or more shot and/or killed in a single incident, at the same general time and location, not including the shooter." According to that group, there have been 274 mass shootings so far this year, or nearly one per day.Another widely cited source comes from the progressive media outlet defines a public mass shooting as an incident in which the motive appeared to be indiscriminate killing and a lone gunman took the lives of at least three people.
A lot senior citizens are single or single again at this time of their life.
And it is relatively harder for them to meet like-minded senior singles in their daily life.
The last Republican to win the White House without winning Florida was Warren Harding in 1924.
The last Democrat to win the White House without winning Florida was Bill Clinton in 1992.
🇺🇸 #MAGA #Jobs Report https://t.co/Mv POr Iqd XI— Ivanka Trump (@Ivanka Trump) December 8, 2017 Some of the decline may be attributable to a slightly lower labor force participation rate for Hispanics, which remains at its lowest since May 2016.
That rate looks at how many people are either working or actively looking for work.
We’ve covered the demographics of mass shootings before but had not heard this specific claim. government entity specifically tracks mass shootings — much less, the shooters’ race and ethnicity, experts told us.
So we decided to take a closer look at who’s behind mass shootings. But some media organizations and nongovernmental groups have taken up the task in various forms.
The homeownership rate for Hispanics was 46.1% in the most recent quarter, according to the Census Bureau. rate of homeownership, which was 63.9% in the most recent quarter.
At its peak in 2007, the homeownership rate for Hispanics was 50.1%. And large discrepancies remain between Hispanic men and women.