United States National Debt

US National Debt

Not much words needed because as you can clearly see above that... the U.S. National Debt is going up and up like a video game to what seems like infinity! Just like year, the debt was at 28.43 trillion. Now it is around 30.29 trillion U.S. dollars. This debt is the total sum of money that U.S. government owes to itself, foreign entities such as Japan, China and "Others".

Quick Facts At A Glance

Capital City

The capital city of the United States is Washington, D.C., which is located on the border with the states of Virginia, and Maryland. On May 14, 1800, Congress decided to make D.C. the capital city of the US, moving it from the city of Philadephia.

Population

The United States has an estimated population of 331,893,745 people. As of 2021, it is the third most populous country in the world behind China and India. It is the most populous country in North America. In recent years, growth has slowed because Americans are having fewer children than they used to.

Current President

The current president of the United States is Joe Biden. He is the 46th president of the United States, in office since January 20, 2021. His victory made him the oldest person to become President at 78 years of age. He was born on November 20, 1942. President Biden is a graduate of the University of Delaware.

Languages Spoken

The U.S. does not have an official language but English is the most spoken language, and everything written is in English (signs, books, etc... everything). However, some of the other popular spoken languages are Spanish, French, Mandarin, Hindi-Urdu and Arabic. In the US Census from 2010, 78.7% of population only spoke English at home.

Featured Facts

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Connecticut

The state of Connecticut is in the southern New England region. It has coastal cities as well as rural areas that are dotted with small towns. The Seaport Museum in Mystic is filled with centuries-old ships, and Mystic Aquarium houses beluga whale exhibits.

Louisiana

Louisiana

The state of Louisiana is located in the southeast of the United States along the Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana's Creole and Cajun cultures reflect its history as a melting pot of French, African, American, and French-Canadian cultures.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island

The U.S. state of Rhode Island is known for its sandy beaches and seaside Colonial towns. Many large cities are located here, including Newport, which is known for sailing and Gilded Age mansions like The Breakers.

New Hampshire

New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a state located in the United States of America. Its quaint towns and large expanses of wilderness help define the state as one of the nations most peaceful destinations to live and raise a family.

South Carolina

South Carolina

The state of South Carolina, located in the southeast, has a coast of subtropical beaches and marshes. Charleston's coastal area is characterized by pastel-colored houses, Old South plantations, and Fort Sumter where the Civil War began.

Tennessee

Tennessee

The State of Tennessee is a landlocked state in the nation’s Southern region. Nashville, its capital city and center of the country-music scene, is home to the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and a legendary stretch of honky-tonks and dance halls.