Special Report

This Is How Many People Are Living With Cancer in Every State

Cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide. About 9.6 million people died from the disease last year, according to the World Health Organization -- about one in every ...
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States Where Alzheimer’s Is Soaring

Alzheimer’s -- the sixth leading cause of death in the United States -- is a degenerative and progressive neurological disease with no known cure. The disease causes changes in the ...
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17 Things Nutritionists Want You to Know About Calories

Most people have some history with calorie counting. Some do it to lose extra pounds, others track them to gain weight. Calories -- depending on whether they come from carbs, ...
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25 Best Revenge Movies of All Time

Whether it’s a jilted lover looking to get even with a former mate or a Mafia don trying to wipe out his brother’s killers, movies with revenge themes are proven ...
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31 Biggest Beer Brands in America

It’s no secret that Americans love beer. Some 42% of those who drink alcohol name beer as their favorite tipple, according to a Gallup poll, while only 34% opt ...
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100 Surprising Facts About JFK

John F. Kennedy was born 102 years ago in Brookline, Massachusetts, on May 29. He was the 35th president of the United States, the first Catholic to hold the office, ...
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33 of Disney’s Most Anticipated Movies

The Walt Disney Company has come a long way since it was founded in 1923 as the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio. Once known for its animated cartoon shorts and features ...
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The Best Breakfast Sandwich in Every State

“It is a hero among sandwiches, although it is not the one called a hero,” wrote critic Pete Wells in the New York Times several years ago. He was talking ...
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50 Most Valuable Brands in the World

"What's in a name?" Juliet asks in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," implying a name means nothing. But marketing professionals and companies would strongly disagree with Juliet's premise, asserting that brand ...
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The Most Popular Exercise Fad the Year You Were Born

For decades, many Americans have been obsessed with the idea of getting the perfect body. Each year, people strive to make themselves look like models and actors, or just to ...
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25 Hardest Teams to Root For

Watching a beloved sports team win a championship is one of the great joys in life, as years of cheering -- and suffering -- with the team finally pay off ...
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The Laziest City in Every State

Obesity has been considered an epidemic in the United States for years. The share of adults considered obese has been steadily increasing, reaching almost 40% in 2016, up from just ...
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25 Richest Cities in America

Incomes climbed faster in 2017 for the typical American household than they have in years. The median household income of $60,336 in 2017 marked a 4.7% increase from the previous ...
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Every Nuclear Nation’s Capabilities

The United States is the only nation to have used nuclear weapons during a war, dropping two atomic bombs on Japan in 1945 that likely hastened the surrender of Japan ...
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Most Lavish Royal Weddings in History

Most people never hope to have $42 million, much less spend that amount on a single day event, but for royal families across the world, expensive weddings are the norm. ...
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