Cities With the Most Abandoned Homes

While there are a variety of options for homeowners in foreclosure,many have chosen to cut their losses and abandon their property. The housing market has been improving across much of ...
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New York Drops to World’s 9th Largest City

New York's population barely puts it into the top 10 worldwide, and cities such as Dehli and Shanghai surged to the lead in the new World Urbanization Prospects 2014 revision. ...
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Ten Cities Where Foreign Companies Create the Most Jobs

For decades, the United States has been a centerpiece of the global economy. Even in the aftermath of the Great Recession, foreign businesses have looked to the U.S. for investment ...
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American Cities With Unemployment Under 4%

While unemployment remains more than 20% in some of America's metro areas where the recession still lingers, cities within states that never were damaged deeply by the recession continue to ...
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Unemployment Over 20% in Some Cities

Unemployment remains more than 20% in two of America's metro areas, and above 15% in a number of others. While the recession may be over throughout most of the United ...
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Gas Still Over $4 in California

California continues to suffer some of the highest gasoline prices in the United States. The average price of a gallon of regular in the nation's largest state sits at $4.09, ...
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Ten Cities Where the Most People Walk to Work

Just 2.9% of American workers walked to work as of 2012, according to data recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau. However, the Census Bureau notes that there were massive ...
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Detroit Auctions Home for $30,100

Detroit's plan to auction homes for as little as $1,000 each has yielded results as at least three homes were bought for more than $30,000. The Detroit Land Bank Authority ...
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The 10 Most Polluted Cities in America

After making great strides in air pollution over the past decade, the United States took a small step backwards. Forty-seven percent of the U.S. population lived in areas with unhealthy ...
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America’s Most (and Least) Healthy Cities

There's no doubt that great strides have been made in Americans' health over the years. Americans smoke less, are more likely to be insured and live longer. However, significant health ...
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Cities With the Most Content (and Miserable) Workers

Americans spend much of their day at work, and more than half of Americans rated their overall work environment poorly last year. Although the number of workers who gave their workplace ...
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Pedestrian Deaths Highest in Detroit

Add to the list of reasons it is dangerous to live in Detroit that it is the most perilous city for pedestrians, at least in so far as people who ...
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Google Looks at Wi-Fi for Fiber Cities

An exclusive report at Computerworld claims that Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) is considering building out Wi-Fi networks in the cities and towns where it is deploying its high-speed Google Fiber ...
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America’s Fastest Shrinking Cities

The U.S. population rose by just 0.72% in 2013, the lowest growth rate in more than 70 years. Not only has the country become less-attractive to immigrants than in years ...
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Ten Cities Where Young People Can’t Find Work

As the United States recovers jobs lost during the recession, young Americans are still experiencing a much longer decline in their employment prospects. Between 2000 and 2012, job opportunities for ...
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