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The United States is home to several different regions and subregions, and there's plenty of debate over which region and subregion— from New England to the Midwest to the South — is home to which states.
This map shows what you need to earn per hour to afford a two-bedroom rental home without paying more than 30% of your income.
It will be legal to use marijuana in nine states, including California, Nevada, and Vermont, in 2018. Here's the full list.
The US Bureau of Economic Analysis recently released estimates for how quickly each state's economy grew in the fourth quarter of 2017. Texas' GDP grew at a 5.2% annualized rate, while North Dakota's fell 1.3%.
People’s chances of dying young have increased in 21 US states — here are the places where an early death is most likely
People born in certain states are much more likely to die an early death and to live fewer healthy years when compared to people born in healthier states.
Not every state will be hit equally hard should a US-China trade war intensify. Five states export more goods to China than any other country.
Wage growth is happening in most places across the US, but paychecks are rising faster in some states than others.
According to a Bureau of Economic Analysis report, personal income rose in every state except North Dakota between 2016 and 2017.
Income inequality — the gap between the rich and the poor — is getting bigger in the US. But it's not the same in each state. See how your state stacks up.
Our methods and sources for our ranking of the state economies.