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How to create a map in Google Maps using My Maps, to save and share it for custom routes or directions

You can create a custom map in Google Maps, and edit directions or save and share it with others. Here's how to use My Maps with your Google account.
Trump Plaza in Jersey City, New Jersey, could be sitting in water by the year 2100.

Disturbing before-and-after images show what major US cities could look like in the year 2100

Here's what the US might look like if the worst climate-change predictions come true.

This map shows how many homeless Americans there are in every state

Every year, the Department of Housing and Urban Development publishes estimates of the homeless population in the US.
CandyStore.com, which sells candy in bulk across the US, has tracked its best-selling candy in every state for the last 12 years.

The most popular Halloween candy in every state

Is your state's favorite candy Skittles, Reese's, or saltwater taffy? These are America's favorite candy brands by state, according to CandyStore.com.
You can now share your ETA in Apple Maps with people in your contacts list with the new iOS 13 software update.

iOS 13 lets you share your ETA in Apple Maps with your iPhone contacts — here’s how to do it

To share your ETA in Apple Maps on an iPhone, you'll need to have iOS 13, along with the Maps app open and in use for navigation.

Today is Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Here’s how many Americans self-identify as American Indian in each state.

Many states and cities have chosen to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples' Day, celebrating and commemorating Native Americans.

The US states with the most same-sex couples raising kids are in the South and Mountain West

LGBT-identifying people and their families are an essential part of America. These 2 maps show how the LGBT community varies across states.

Where Americans say their ancestors came from, in 17 maps

Irish ancestry is most common in the Northeast, while Mexican and Mexican-American ancestry dominates in the states that share a border with Mexico.

Here’s how much police officers make in every state

Police officers put their lives on the line every day as part of their jobs. We took a look at how much they're paid across the US.

People are leaving NYC in droves — and many are moving to Florida

According to a recent data release from the US Census Bureau, counties in the South and West tended to have more people move in than move out.