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

More than 6.8 million COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the U.S. as of Sept. 18, by far the most of any country. Though the spread of the novel coronavirus has slowed nationwide, six months into...
Students and teachers across the country are returning to the classroom amid a pandemic that shut down schools in much of the country for the past six months. Some teachers are quitting due to safety...
The world’s largest economy and food-producing country has faced a hunger crisis even before the coronavirus pandemic, which has exacerbated the problem. Miles of cars lined up to receive meals...
The world is more than eight months into the COVID-19 pandemic and still little is known about the novel coronavirus. With no vaccine or treatment or even full understanding of the way the virus is...
The Atlantic hurricane season usually lasts from early June until the end of November, and the second part of August is usually its peak. This year’s season is particularly active, and it’s...
The American Dream is the ideal that through equality of opportunity, any person working hard can achieve upward economic mobility. While millions of Americans believe the American Dream is still...
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately hurt black and poor people across the United States. For many Americans, it has laid bare harmful inequities entrenched in the U.S. economic system. Since...
The number of diagnosed COVID-19 cases in the United States now exceeds 1.7 million, with more than 100,000 reported deaths. By several measures, including the number of active infections and the...
Since late March, Congress has approved over $3 trillion in relief funds. The aid has been disbursed to state governments, individuals, and businesses through four aid packages: an $8 billion measure...
The number of diagnosed COVID-19 cases in the United States now exceeds 1.5 million, with more than 93,000 reported deaths. By several measures, including the number of active infections and the...
As of May 6, more than 1.2 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the United States, and more than 75,000 people have died from the disease. Both the confirmed cases and deaths in the U.S....
As the United States enters its third month fighting the coronavirus pandemic, between 20,000 and 30,000 new cases have been diagnosed every day since the start of May. Even as data` remains highly...
More than 1,000,000 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the U.S. as of Thursday afternoon April 30, by far the most of any country. Accounting for population size, the U.S. has the 15th highest...
Nearly 900,000 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the U.S. as of Friday afternoon April 24, by far the most of any country. Within the United States, every state is facing its own outbreak. New...