Thomas C. Frohlich

Thomas Frohlich is the executive editor for 24/7 Wall St. For five years, he has analyzed data to produce hundreds of lists and short articles on such topics as drought, segregation, homelessness, education, economic inequality, immigration, and poverty in America.

Thomas's work has been cited or mentioned in many major online and print publications, including MSN, USA Today, The New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post, Forbes, Time Magazine, Business Insider, HuffPost, AccuWeather, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and Chicago Tribune.

Thomas has a degree in philosophy from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and a Master's in cultural studies from Dartmouth College.

Lastest Stories by Thomas C. Frohlich

Many Americans have spent a good part of the last two and a half years stuck in the same house with their loved ones. At this point, some might be fantasizing about to getting away from it all and...
Beach communities are well familiar with such hazards as storms, floods, and erosion. And with more frequent and intense rainstorms associated with rising sea levels, the problems created by these...
Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union during the Second World War, reportedly once said that “a single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic.” World War II produced...
The 2020 hurricane season was one of the most active on record — a dozen different storms landed in the contiguous U.S., breaking the century-old record of nine. In fact, experts exhausted the...
Universally known as the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock is one of history’s most skilled directors, known for his expert abilities in the mystery and thriller genres. Hitchcock was extremely...
The coronavirus pandemic’s devastating effect on the world’s economies has shined a harsh light on the value of labor — it is the most vulnerable commodity in our economic system. In the...
The number of unemployed workers in the United States dropped to 6.3 million last month, from 6.5 million in January. The nationwide unemployment rate dropped slightly to 3.8%, according to the...
Blood tests evaluate how well organs are working and help identify abnormalities that almost always prompt further, more specific tests. In an interview with 24/7 Tempo, Dr. Keith Hoots, the director...
The first snow has arrived or is just around the corner across much of the United States. This year, however, much like last year, the cheerful anticipation of the holidays that usually accompanies...
Earth’s climate systems are extraordinarily complex, producing every moment of the day weather and climate conditions of all varieties. Predicting the weather even a few days into the future...
The 2020 hurricane season was one of the most active on record — a dozen different storms landed in the contiguous U.S., breaking the century-old record of nine. In fact, experts exhausted the...
Among the most significant developments of the ancient world was the rise of cities. Urbanization is not a new phenomenon, and though many of today’s metropolitan areas have populations in the...
The number of births in the United States declined again in 2020, with fertility rates dropping or staying flat across all age and racial groups. Falling from 3.75 million births in 2019 to 3.61...
The 2020 hurricane season was one of the most active on record — a dozen different storms landed in the contiguous U.S., breaking the century-old record of nine. In fact, experts exhausted the...