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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the most coveted endorsement besides former presidents, edging out Nancy Pelosi

Democratic presidential candidates are actively courting the support of Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, whose support is coveted on par with Hillary Clinton's.

2020 Democrats are scrambling to team up with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to boost their progressive credentials

The Democratic candidates for president are eager to work with AOC to boost their progressive credentials.
An oil refinery on Puget Sound, near Seattle.

These 17 cities have the worst air quality in the entire country

Air quality is plateauing in the US. INSIDER analyzed EPA data to find the cities with the worst air quality so far in 2019.

The 30 biggest population shifts in recent history

To mark World Population Day, we've compiled the 15 countries with the biggest population growth since 1950 and the 15 with the least growth.

A $100 keto breath-sniffing device can help dieters know if they’ve been eating too many carbohydrates

The Keyto device is a breathalyzer for low-carb dieters. The tool isn't perfect, but it can help people determine whether their eating is on track.
A rat climbs into box of food on a New York City subway platform, July 2017

Get ready for ratpocalypse 2019

Rat complaints typically peak in July and August. In New York City, they've nearly doubled this decade.
A bike memorial in Brooklyn, New York.

Cyclist deaths are rising nationwide — here are the 20 most dangerous cities to ride a bike in

Biking might be getting deadlier. Here are the US cities with the highest rates of cyclist fatalities.

One resoundingly clear number in our polling reveals why Eric Swalwell is dropping out of the 2020 race

Who stands to gain, who stands to lose, and where the race goes from here following Rep. Eric Swalwell's early exit.
Teen are ditching Facebook, according to a new survey conducted by Business Insider.

Gen Z says Facebook is the number one social-media platform they’ve abandoned

A survey conducted by Business Insider found that teenagers and young adults are moving away from Facebook.

These are the social media platforms teens are ditching in 2019

Gen Z is increasingly shifting away from apps like Facebook to YouTube and Snapchat, says a Business Insider survey.