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20 Places Hit Hardest by This Spring’s Record Flooding

It’s been a wet spring, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts it’s going to get even wetter. According to NOAA’s U.S. Spring Outlook issued last month, nearly two-thirds ...
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50 Worst Product Flops of All Time

Google+ finally ceased operations in April after eight years of efforts to boost interest in the struggling social network. The long-anticipated shutdown represents just the latest major Google product to ...
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20 Places Hit Hardest by This Spring’s Record Flooding

It’s been a wet spring, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts it’s going to get even wetter. According to NOAA’s U.S. Spring Outlook issued last month, nearly two-thirds ...
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Counties Where the American Dream Is Dead

The allure of the American dream is the promise of equal opportunity, which allows a person achieve any goal. This means economic opportunity and mobility to any American, and ...
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50 Most Dangerous Volcanoes in America

While most people do not live in close proximity to an active volcano, those who do must live with the lingering threat of eruption. Volcanic eruptions take place across the ...
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The Middle of Nowhere in Every State

The image of the frontiersman blazing a trail through the wilderness is an archetype of American culture. It has been immortalized by paintings and poems depicting the rugged trailblazer seeking ...
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Most Powerful Hurricanes of All Time

The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season is less than two months out, and experts are predicting a less active season with a below average number of storms. While this should ...
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The Oldest Corporate Logos in the World

Long before global marketing campaigns, television commercials, and social media, a company’s logo was essential to the success of the brand. Over time, as businesses and consumers have changed, most ...
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Tornado Alley’s Most Devastating Years

“Tornado Alley” is the nickname given to the south-central region of the United States, where tornadoes tend to form at high frequency. Tornado Alley is not to be confused ...
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States With the Most Tornadoes

Some people know of tornadoes only through movies and news reports. But for people in Tornado Alley and Dixie Alley, tornadoes are a common occurrence during certain parts of the ...
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The Labor Laws Your Boss Doesn’t Want You to Know About

While they may not agree on much, both pro-unions and right-to-work advocates would agree that workers should have legal basic rights in the workplace. Most Americans agree workers should be ...
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The Healthiest County in Every State

Large gaps in health persist not just across the country, but within every state. County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, in its 2019 annual report released March 19, demonstrates how health ...
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Tornado Alley’s Most Devastating Years

“Tornado Alley” is the nickname given to the south-central region of the United States, where tornadoes tend to form at high frequency. Tornado Alley is not to be confused ...
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States With the Most Tornadoes

Some people know of tornadoes only through movies and news reports. But for people in Tornado Alley and Dixie Alley, tornadoes are a common occurrence during certain parts of the ...
Read Full Story »

Tornado Alley’s Most Devastating Years

“Tornado Alley” is the nickname given to the south-central region of the United States, where tornadoes tend to form at high frequency. Tornado Alley is not to be confused ...
Read Full Story »