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Our Most Dangerous Cities in America were selected in part by looking at FBI crime stats for cities with a population of 100,000 or higher. We looked at rates of violent and property crimes, the number of sex offenders per capita and the... more
Our Safest Cities in America were selected by looking at FBI crime stats for cities with a population of 100,000 or higher. We looked at the violent crime rate, the number of sex offenders per capita and the Institute for Economics &... more
Yard work isn't just dad's work. Single female homeowners and more than half of married women do their yard work, so why not make it easier on yourselves? Here are some lightweight home improvement products to help you get the job... more
"Worst" may seem like a harsh title to put on a city; instead, think of these as more of a collection of cities with the most room to improve. But before you leave a hometown on the list in search of greener pastures, remember... more
Maybe you're planning to move, maybe you're just daydreaming. Either way, here are our picks for the Top 10 Best Cities for Families. Selections are based on U.S. Census data, FBI crime statistics, reports from the Bureau of Labor... more
Grab a ready-made composting bin or make your own out of a garbage can ... and fill 'er up! ... more
This year, use creative ways to tidy up the house, from websites to mixing your own cleaning supplies ... more
Service streams ad-free TV designed with children in mind ... more
Read about what it's like to grow up in a Muslim-American family today ... more
Christine Gross-Loh, author of Parenting Without Borders: Surprising Lessons Parents Around the World Can Teach Us, shares how her family learned to use chores as a bonding activity in the tradition of Japanese culture ... more