Special Report

You Don’t Want to Work Abroad in These Wealthy Countries

Global migration has increased sharply in recent years. In the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) -- a group of 36 of some of the richest and healthiest ...
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Antibiotics in Foods: Everything You Need to Know

If seeing “raised without the use of antibiotics” on your meat labels gives you some comfort about what you’re putting into your body, your fears may be misguided. The ...
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The Word of the Year Says a Lot About American History: Here’s Every One Since 1990

The English language is constantly evolving. As communities absorb different cultures and new ideas emerge, people develop more accurate ways to express themselves. This has been the case for centuries, ...
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40 Happy Meal Toys We’ll Never Forget

McDonald's launched the first Happy Meal in 1979. It was the brainchild of marketer Dick Brams, who had the idea of creating a meal just for kids -- one ...
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What America’s Governors Are Paid in Every State

Governors are the highest-ranking public official in a state government, effectively serving as chief executives. While the general job description is the same across the 50 states, the details ...
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Places With the Biggest Snowfall in History in Every State

The first snow is just around the corner for most of the United States. Some may be dreading the onset of winter, while others may be wishing for a ...
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The Top Online MBA Programs of 2020–24/7 Wall St./Poets&Quants Survey

While applications and enrollments in full-time MBA programs have declined for five consecutive years, demand for online MBAs has exploded. More than 300 business schools in the U.S. alone ...
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States With the Most Indian Reservations and Tribal Areas

Until the arrival of Europeans in the 17th century, indigenous people inhabited most of what is now the United States. During hundreds of years of sometimes bloody conflict, the ...
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35 of the Best Foods for Strong Bones

Got kale? There’s more than one way to build strong bones. As we age, we are at higher risk of bone loss, but having healthy, strong bones is important at ...
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Movies Critics Hate but Audiences Love

With thousands of new movies released each year, professional critics are relied on by audiences to identify the best the industry has to offer. By doing so, movie reviewers help ...
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Your Car Is Most Likely to Be Stolen in These Cities

There were an estimated 748,841 vehicle thefts in the United States in 2018, or about 229 per 100,000 Americans. The vehicles stolen were worth, according to the FBI, an ...
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Crazy Legends and Superstitions People Believe in Every State

You might consider yourself a very rational person, but then something as simple as a calendar date or a number makes you feel differently about things. You might think twice ...
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America’s Cheapest Cities Where Everyone Wants to Live Right Now

Cities like New York, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. are commonly referred to as “superstar cities” -- innovation hubs that are home to major companies in industries like defense, ...
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These Are the Best Cities for Sports Fans

Being a sports fan can be tough. With at least 30 franchises in each league vying for a title, fans almost always end a season disappointed, or even heartbroken. ...
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20 Pumpkin Drinks That Are Better Than Your Morning Coffee

Americans drink a lot of coffee -- about 400 million cups every day. Some 64% of the population drinks at least one cup a day, and many of us ...
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