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The best states for going solar in 2024
The ConsumerAffairs Research Team analyzed data from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Energy Information Administration, and the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency to determine which states are the best for solar energy.
Americans sleep least in these U.S. cities – 2024 study
To determine cities where residents are getting the most and least sleep, SmartAsset ranked 100 of the largest U.S. cities according to the percentage of adults who reported getting less than seven hours of sleep per night on average.
A death sentence: Native Americans shut out of the nation's liver transplant system
The Markup investigates why, despite being more likely to die of liver disease, Native Americans are far less likely to make the transplant list than white people.
What the Biden administration's new executive order on AI will mean for cybersecurity
Drata analyzed the Biden administration's 48-page executive order on artificial intelligence to determine its impact on cybersecurity.
These 5 counties are most vulnerable to extreme winter weather
To determine which counties face the biggest risks from winter weather events like ice storms, blizzards, and cold waves, HVAC Gnome ranked 2024's most vulnerable counties for extreme winter weather.
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Some Texas counties struggle to meet new law's demand for more polling places

Votebeat's Texas Bureau looks into a law, passed unanimously by Republicans, that requires counties that offer countywide voting to increase the number of locations — a nearly impossible challenge in some areas.

Marine Toys for Tots is Honored with Humanitarian Award

Marine Toys for Tots is Honored with Humanitarian Award

(NewsUSA) - Thanks to the ongoing support of the American public, the Marine Toys for Tots Program was honored to receive the esteemed Humanitarian Award at the 26th Annual CBS Family Film and TV …

Know as They Grow: How birth defects affect each stage of life

(Family Features) Birth defects, structural changes that affect one or more parts of the body, are the leading cause of infant mortality. To help improve the lives of people living with birth defects, consider this information.

Walmart’s New Early Morning Delivery Service: Shopping Made More Convenient Than Ever
(BPT) - At Walmart, we are relentlessly driven by a single mission: to help people live better. We understand that in today's fast-paced world, time is precious. Our customers are busy juggling work, …
5 tips to help your student thrive this year
(BPT) - Do you remember how challenging school could be? As a parent, it’s easy to forget that studying and homework aren’t always easy. Your child needs your support and guidance to help …
Recharge your routine with new snacks
(BPT) - Are you looking for options that can help you choose more wholesome, better-for-you snacks for you and your family to enjoy as you begin the new year?This can be a busy time for everyone, …
Cultivating Global Citizens: How a Global Curriculum Shapes Future Leaders
(BPT) - In today's interconnected world, the importance of fostering global awareness in young minds cannot be overstated. Experts, like Donna Whittaker, Vice President of Curriculum and Education at …
Don’t have health insurance coverage for an updated COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s how to get one for free
(BPT) - While COVID-19 activity is still below the levels seen last year at this time, COVID-19 hospitalizations are rising quickly. There is still time to get yourself and your loved ones …
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Extreme Weather Prep

(Family Features) As one season gives way to another, fluctuating temperatures can lead to extreme weather that puts your personal safety and property at risk.

Handcrafted for the Holidays: Unique DIY gift ideas to celebrate the season

(Family Features) If spending hours scouring store shelves or browsing countless websites for the perfect gift for everyone on your list seems like a daunting task, opt for a more personalized approach: a handmade gift.

Social Goodness: How digital is helping public institutions drive impact

(Family Features) While companies that want to stay competitive in the private sector often rely on new technologies to boost productivity and drive efficiencies, public institutions.

Most surprising March Madness winners of all time

ATS.io compiled a ranking of the most surprising men's March Madness national champions of the last 40 years using Sports Reference data.

Why there's growing momentum for paid leave policies

The 19th talked to experts about why the U.S. has lagged when it comes to paid leave policies, who typically benefits and what states are doing to address the issue.

What Nobody Tells You About Recovering from Breast Cancer

(BPT) - Pain. Fatigue. Scars. Depression. These are side effects we often hear about and associate with life-saving mastectomy surgeries. But did you know that total or partial chest numbness is a …

Pregnant & Protected: The Importance of COVID-19 Vaccination for Those Who Are Pregnant

(BPT) - COVID-19 is still here this fall and presents a higher risk of severe illness and complications that can affect you and your developing baby. Severe illness can result in admission to an …

The Secret for the Look of Glowy, Revitalized Skin

(BPT) - In the quest for radiant-looking skin, we’re constantly on the hunt for the newest cream or silky serum, and trendy treatments don’t always deliver the results we hoped for.If …

Overwhelmed by digital privacy? Reset with these practical tips
The Markup published one practical privacy tip each workday this January that Markup staffers or readers actually use in their own lives—here is every one of them.
The presidential candidate raising the most from individual donations in each state
Stacker analyzed campaign finance data from the Federal Election Commission to see which presidential candidates raised the most money in 2023.
Police give more speeding tickets to Black, Hispanic, and AAPI rideshare drivers than white ones, data shows
Lyft digs into its own data on the frequency with which rideshare drivers are ticketed and discovered that Black, Hispanic, and AAPI drivers are not only being ticketed more, but paying more in fines as well.
The history of daylight saving time—and why some are advocating for its end
Stacker turned back the clock to investigate the history behind daylight saving time—and why some people argue it shouldn't exist anymore.
'A bunch of dead robots': How freezing temps turned Tesla charging stations into EV graveyards
In the wake of several reports of electric vehicles not functioning or charging properly in cold weather, Way.com looks into what underlies Tesla's deep freeze trouble.