Each year RelocateAmerica researches, identifies and shares the best places to live in America and releases a top 100.
For 2011, the research and editorial team came up with a list of cities that are well positioned for economic recovery, already experiencing strong economic recovery or have proven overall... more »
Sometimes, it takes just a small sliver of information about a murder to solve the case--something that may seem insignificant to the person who knows the information.
In an effort to catch killers who, until now, have gotten away with murder, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) launched a... more »
Legislation long sought by Democrats to prevent layoffs of tens of thousands of teachers, police and other public workers has passed the Senate.
The bill would help states and local school boards deal with severe budget problems. It would preserve the jobs of perhaps 300,000 public employees across the... more »
The high temperatures blanketing the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions of the country are making many people miserable. But those in New York City, Philadelphia and other dense, built-up areas are getting hit with the heat in a way their counterparts in less developed places aren't.
It's called the heat... more »
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says a series of drenching storms has freed up more water for parched farms and cities throughout California.
Salazar announced Tuesday that growers in the farm belt south of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta will receive at least 25 percent of the water they have contracted... more »
Another blast of winter has brought air travel to a standstill in Washington, DC. Other cities are impacted as well.
If you have a flight to the east coast--call your airline or check its web site before going to the airport. The flight may have been canceled. more »
A severe drought brought on by the El Nino is threatening water supplies in Bolivia.
The drought has brought Lake Titicaca, the largest by volume in South America, to its lowest water level since 2003. It is currently less than a foot and a half from reaching its lowest... more »
A real estate group says home prices fell in eight out of every 10 U.S. cities in the third quarter of this year as heavily discounted distressed sales made up 30 percent of all deals.
But home sales continued their climb, with quarterly sales outpacing the second quarter and... more »