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I've always wondered...

What happens to abandoned cars

by Jana Kasperkevic Jul 19, 2017
You've always wondered: Can we use them to pay for better roads?
A tow-truck pulls a vehicle away from a non-parking zone.
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States recover, but can't go on a spending spree

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Feb 19, 2016
The states' economies are improving, but unevenly.
Pumpjacks near Watford City, North Dakota. States like North Dakota and Alaska that boomed when oil prices were high are now hurting.
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Some states withdraw welcome mat for Syrian refugees

by Kimberly Adams Nov 16, 2015
Several governors said they don't want Syrian refugees settled in their states.
Final Note

Google knows what's under the Christmas tree

by Adriene Hill Dec 24, 2014
New York Times mines search-engine data to see what gifts people are searching for, city by city.

The current state of state finances

by Chris Farrell Jan 16, 2014
Most states are doing good when it comes to their balance sheet, even capturing that elusive word -- surplus!

Want better government? Use cost-benefit analysis

by Sarah McCammon Jul 29, 2013
Non-profits are working with state governments to increase use of cost-benefit analyses to learn whether programs and policies are worth it.

Economic power shift: From the coasts to central states

by Adriene Hill Jun 7, 2013
Investment analyst and author Meredith Whitney says the new geography of American prosperity is changing.

Invest in Marketplace today

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Meredith Whitney on the 'Fate of the States'

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 4, 2013
In her new book, "Fate of the States," Meredith Whitney says the middle of the country will see the most economic opportunity.

What is the most stressful state?

by Katie Long Apr 26, 2013
When you think of stress centers around the country, New York City or Washington D.C. may come to mind. But according to a new poll from Gallup, the people of West Virginia, Rhode Island and Kentucky are the most stressed.…

Selling a state slogan, from 'I Love New York' to 'Sweet Home Alabama'

by Chau Tu and Daryl Paranada Jan 11, 2013
Michigan's state tourism slogan "Pure Michigan" got caught in political crossfire this week. What's your state slogan? And does it best represent your state?