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

Facts surrounding the storming of the U.S. Capitol by a violent mob on Jan. 6 continue to emerge, revealing more about possible involvement of some members of the Capitol police and several...
The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating economic consequences in the United States. The economy lost 140,000 jobs in December, and while the unemployment rate was unchanged at 6.7%, it remains...
Gun sales skyrocketed in the United States during the coronavirus pandemic last year. As of the end of December, 39.3 million firearm background checks had been completed since the start of the year,...
Blizzards across the eastern two-thirds of the United States have steadily increased in frequency over the last century. Due to accelerating changes to the climate, including rising ocean surface...
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...
The death toll from the novel coronavirus in the United States has now surpassed 330,000. At nearly 1 death for every 1,000 residents, the U.S. continues to report among the worst COVID-19 mortality...
As the United States endures its 10th month of the health and economic crises resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans continue to face serious economic hardship. While some managed to...
In the U.S., marginalized populations carry a disproportionately large burden of coronavirus infections and deaths. For a variety of reasons, including lack of access to health infrastructure,...
Love it or hate it, snow is a major part of winter in many areas of the United States. While most places are not likely to see anything close to their state’s record snowfall this year — or...
Gun sales have skyrocketed in the United States since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. As of the end of November, 35.4 million firearm background checks had been completed since the start of...
The first snow has arrived or is just around the corner across much of the United States. This year, however, the cheerful anticipation of the holidays that usually accompanies this time of year is...
Students and teachers across the country have returned returning to the classroom amid a pandemic that shut down schools in much of the country for months. Some teachers are quitting due to safety...
Before the global COVID-19 pandemic, international travel was on the rise. By mid-March, as it became apparent COVID-19 was spreading globally, international flights from most countries had dropped...
There are 38 burial sites for the men who served as president of the United States. America’s chief executives are buried in 18 states as well as Washington D.C. While burial sites for presidents...
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...