Although the statistics vary every year, there are more than 350,000 robberies reported every year. Plus, there are approximately 2 million home burglaries reported each year in the United States.
There were 345,031 cases of robbery, including aggravated robbery, armed robbery, mugging, highway robbery, carjacking and extortion, reported in 2013 in the United States. Even though the number of robberies is decreasing with every passing year, according to the FBI, the statistics are still pretty disturbing. A person intrudes someone's property every 13 seconds in this country, and there are more than 2,500 cars stolen every day — or about two cars per minute.Learn More
About 22 million chickens are consumed in the United States each day. The chicken is among the most plentiful of domesticated animals, and there are more chickens than any other bird in the world as of 2014.Full Answer >
Most of the approximately 243 million adults in the United States, as of 2013, pay some type of federal taxes. About 122 million Americans pay federal income tax. All U.S. workers pay payroll taxes, which are levied at a flat rate and capped. The result of the flat rate is that people earning a low or moderate income pay a larger percentage than those earning a high income.Full Answer >
Though there is no exact number for how many people are at least 7 feet tall, a detailed estimate from 2012 concluded that there are approximately 2,800 7-footers in the world. As of 2014, only three people were a full 8 feet tall.Full Answer >
The telephone code 0020 allows a caller from a country that has an exit code of 00 to make an international call to Egypt, which has the country code 20. When placing an international call, a caller needs to dial the exit code along with the country code.Full Answer >