Author Archives: Thomas C. Frohlich

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Where America’s Presidents Are Buried

Former President George H.W. Bush, the longest-living president in our nation’s history, died on Nov. 30 at the age of 94. There will be a national day of mourning for ...
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The Biggest Challenges Americans Will Face in the Next Decade

Is the planet in danger? Depending on who you ask -- scientists, liberals, conservatives, lobbyists, young people -- you may get a different answer. What most people seem to agree ...
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20 Worst Paying Jobs for Women

Gender equality has taken a more central role in the American political and cultural discourse in recent years. One of the chief targets in the fight for gender equality is ...
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How Life Changes When You Move to a Big City

People of all backgrounds dream of moving to the big city seeking fortune. Life in a vibrant metropolis certainly can be a romantic and exciting experience. One thing is for ...
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Poverty in America

Poverty might mean different things in different parts of the world and to different people, but it is largely defined as being unable to afford a minimum standard of ...
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Worst Earthquakes of All Time

Humans have experienced earthquakes for thousands of years. Earthquakes are among the most common geological phenomena, with small tremors occurring hundreds of times per day, medium size quakes several ...
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Cities Adding Jobs Nobody Wants

Getting paid to do what you love every day is a dream relatively few Americans are able to realize. Many of us manage to be content with our work, especially ...
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25 Most Dangerous Cities in America

Following a nearly two-decade decline in violence in the United States, crime levels rose in 2016 for the second consecutive year, leading some to speculate a new wave of violence ...
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50 Companies That Owe Their Employees a Raise

The average CEO base salary at a S&P 500 company is over $10 million. With stock options and other benefits, that income nearly doubles. By contrast, an ordinary worker employed ...
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Major American Cities Struggling to Shelter Growing Homeless Populations

The number of people experiencing homelessness in the United States last year increased for the first time in seven years. More than half a million Americans lack permanent shelter, ...
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The World’s Most Valuable Brands

Brands seem to be part of all aspects of life. Celebrating uniqueness -- a core element of any brand -- is a greater part of the American experience than ever ...
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The Biggest Native American Population in Every State

Native American tribes and nations in the United States face a range of threats to their sovereignty from federal and state governments, as centuries-old treaty agreements are questioned, and ...
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Poverty in America

Poverty might mean different things in different parts of the world and to different people, but it is largely defined as being unable to afford a minimum standard of ...
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50 Biggest Elections in the World

Democracy in all its forms has been celebrated since it became a core principle of Greek society over 2,000 years ago. Today, whether or not citizens are granted the right ...
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Remembering Maria: How Puerto Rico’s Worst Hurricane Compares to America’s Most Destructive Weather Disasters

The 2018 hurricane season has so far had 10 named storms, five of which have been hurricanes. While far from over, this season will likely be less severe than 2017’s ...
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