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The Wildest Winter Activities

When the temperature drops during winter, people often resort to staying inside where it's warm and cozy until the snow melts. Others enjoy some of the classic outdoor winter activities ...
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Bing Predicts: NFL Week 14

Last week, the Philadelphia Eagles were riding a nine-game win streak. Quarterback Carson Wentz was Mr. Philadelphia. Life was good. Then the Seahawks upset the Eagles. With quarterback Russell Wilson, ...
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The Best- and Worst-Run States in America: A Survey of All 50

In the United States, the federal government is the ultimate legislative authority -- wielding the power to regulate commerce, declare war, as well as establish and maintain a currency. Beyond ...
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Biggest Box Office Winners of the Year

When you're looking to escape reality, a trip to the cinema allows you to do just that. How well a storyline, visuals, and sound are executed are a few of ...
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50 Best Tech Gifts Under $50

The weekend of Black Friday has come and gone, but the 2017 holiday shopping period is far from over. In fact, according to one estimate, eight of the 10 busiest ...
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City With the Longest Life Expectancy in Every State

Life expectancy is considered a measure of progress in a society. In the United States, with life expectancy steadily rising since at least 1900, there is likely an expectation that ...
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50 Most Well-Read Cities in America

According to the Pew Research Center, only about 1 in 4 Americans read a book in the last year. That statistic includes e-books and audiobooks, not just the printed word. ...
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32 Most Dangerous (and Safest) Cities for Cycling

The United States is not known for its bike-friendly infrastructure. Next to cities like Copenhagen, Denmark and Amsterdam, Netherlands, where bikes often outnumber cars and where biking is common across ...
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25 Oldest Things in the World

From family heirlooms to antiques shops to museums, many Americans share an obsession the extremely old. This includes both man-made artifacts, such as a 130,000-year old piece of jewelry, and ...
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A Closer Look: Why Are Many Megachurches Located in the Sun Belt?

Many of the biggest churches, or megachurches, in the United States are located in the South or Southwest, an area often referred to as the Sun Belt. The presence of ...
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20 Actors Getting Paid the Most to Say the Least

Film is a visual medium. While talking pictures, or films with sound, have been around for nearly a century, roles in many of today’s biggest blockbusters have relatively little dialogue. ...
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25 Poorest Countries in the World

Income inequality is an increasingly contentious political issue in the United States. The top 1% of earners in the United States control nearly double the amount of wealth as the ...
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50 Longest Running Primetime TV Shows

Popular TV catchphrases such as “Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night!”, “Heeeeere’s Johnny!”, and “D’oh!” are likely recognizable to a majority of Americans -- whether they’ve watched “Saturday Night ...
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25 Richest Countries in the World

Income inequality has become a hot button political issue in the United States over the last several years. Unequal distribution of wealth is not an issue unique to the United ...
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Bing Predicts: NFL Week 13

Those Kansas City Chiefs have given NFL prognosticators (and Chiefs fans) headache upon headache in recent weeks. They may be the NFL’s most perplexing team. Most everyone was fooled with ...
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