— The number of Syrian civilians who have fled their country to escape civil war, according to the United Nations.
— The number of times the House of Representatives has voted to repeal Obamacare since 2011, according to the National Journal. That number will rise to 37 on Thursday, when the House votes on Rep. Michele Bachmann's latest bill.
— The Congressional Budget Office's latest estimate for the fiscal year 2013 federal deficit, down from $845 billion three months ago and $1.087 trillion last year, amid higher than expected tax revenues and dividend payments from federally-owned mortgage-finance companies Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae.
— Amount of the dividend to be paid to the U.S. Treasury by mortgage financier Fannie Mae, which was seized by regulators in 2008 as the housing market collapsed but has now returned to profitability
— Number of American babies born in 2012 who were named Romney, according to data released today by the Social Security Administration
— Turnout rate for blacks in the 2012 presidential election according to new figures from the Census Bureau, beating white electoral turnout for the first time in American history.
— Chance of dying in a terrorist attack in the United States from 2007 to 2011, according to Richard Barrett, coordinator of the United Nations al Qaeda/Taliban Monitoring Team.
— How much money Fleet Week brings to New York City every year, according to the Daily Beast. Fleet Week was canceled this year due to sequestration.
— Potential cost of Margaret Thatcher's funeral service, according to Salon.
— How long it takes to get a one-bedroom apartment after you sign up to Washington, D.C.'s affordable housing list, according to the Washington Post. 70,000 people wait for 8,000 units. The D.C. Housing Authority will bar the list from all new applicants today for the first time in the city's history.
— How long an African American had to wait, on average, in the last presidential election to vote, according to a new paper from MIT professor Charles Stewart. Hispanics waited 19 minutes and whites waited 12 minutes.
— Number of American jobs added in March. In February, the US added 236,000 jobs. The unemployment rate remains at 7.6%.
— of Americans support making marijuana legal, according to the Pew Research Center. It is the highest support for the drug in Pew's 40 years of polling on the issue. In 1969, 84% of Americans opposed legalizing marijuana.