Special Report - Page 2

Most Expensive States to Get Divorced

While the share of marriages that end in divorce has steadily declined over the last 50 years, between 40% and 50% of U.S. marriages end in dissolution, according to the ...
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25 Cities Where You Don’t Want to Get Sick

Medical errors and suboptimal hospital conditions are a leading cause of death in the United States, resulting in hundreds of thousands of fatalities each year. Of course, some hospitals are ...
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The Shortest City Name in Every State

Names are meant to describe and distinguish one thing from another. Whether that’s a sign of creativity or simplicity, names have captivated people from their beginnings. So when settlers came ...
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Restaurants Serving Free Food for Veterans Day

We are still two weeks away from Thanksgiving, when we give thanks for the bounty that nature has provided us. But before that holiday, on Veterans Day, the nation will ...
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America’s Best States to Live In

Most Americans do not choose where they grow up and often end up living in the same place as adults, either for financial reasons or because of social and familial ...
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America’s Most Expensive Steakhouses

With an increasingly health-crazed society and documentaries like “Food, Inc.” and “What the Health,” a slab of red meat is no longer idolized the way it used to be. However, ...
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50 Films Critics Hate but Audiences Love

What makes a great movie? Quality cinematic productions require a well-written script, skilled acting, and superb direction -- or so the critics maintain. For the general public, however, these qualities ...
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Best Private High Schools in Every State

The college admission process is more competitive than ever before. The acceptance rates at many of the country’s elite schools are less than half of what they were 10 years ...
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Bing Predicts: NFL Week 10

Just one step in a simple, non-contact practice drill and Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson’s season was over. And as Watson goes, so likely go the Texans’ playoff chances. Watson tore ...
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Most Famous European Musicians

Americans welcomed – with open arms – the British Invasion in the 1960s and we have not stopped enjoying and appreciating European musicians since. Bands such as the Beatles and ...
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States With the Safest Drivers

Over 37,000 Americans died in motor vehicle crashes in 2016, a 5.6% increase over the previous year -- when deaths rose by 8.4%. The last time deaths caused by traffic ...
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50 Notable Events Since Trump Was Elected President

When Donald Trump won the presidential election a year ago, it marked the first time the United States had elected someone who had never held elective office since Dwight Eisenhower ...
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The Longest City Name in Every State

There are tens of thousands of cities, towns, and villages in the U.S., each with a unique characteristic -- be it an interesting landmark, a fascinating backstory, or a special ...
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25 Most Dangerous Cities in America

The horrific mass shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas over the weekend represents just the latest in a series of brutal gun massacres that have occurred across the ...
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A Closer Look: Why Some States Have Higher Cancer Rates Than Others

Despite progress in managing risks, early detection, and treatment, cancer remains the second-leading cause of death in the United States. More than 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with cancer every ...
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