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Healing the Hidden Wounds of War
Veterans face many challenges once they return home, now one organization is helping to heal those hidden wounds of war. Mike Jerrick of Fox 29 has more.
The Baby-Sitters Club
After you hear the average hourly rate for a baby-sitter in America, you might be considering a career change.
To Travel or Not To Travel This Summer
The good news: about half of Americans will go on vacation this summer. The bad news: about half of Americans won't!
More College Grads Moving Home
What's the best thing to do after earning a college degree, how about moving back in with your parents?
Bringing Home Expenses Down
Americans spend an average $1,443 per month on housing. But what exactly are they spending that money on, and how can the cost be brought down?
Women in the FBI
When it comes to gender discimination in the nation's highest law enforcement agencies, the evidence and the conclusions don't always line up.
Life's Short, People in These Cities Want to Have an Affair
"Sin City" didn't make the cut, so which American cities see the highest number of people wanting to cheat on their spouse?
D.C.'s First Lobbyist with Down Syndrome
At just 30 years old, Kayla McKeon has already had legislation signed into law, and she's doing it as the first D.C. lobbyist with down syndrome.
Hurricane-Proof Homes
As we wade into hurricane season, architects are looking for ways to keep nearly 7 million homes out of harms way.
Burger King's Indecent World Cup Proposal
Whatever you'd do for a lifetime supply of hamburgers is nothing compared to what Burger King had in mind.
Ariline Evacuation Practices Need an Update
Airplane evacuation standards haven't been updated in almost 30 years... makes you feel pretty safe, doesn't it?
First Ladies Speak Out On Family Separation
As the debate rages over family separations at the southern border, America's five living First Ladies are speaking up.
Trying to Rent at Minimum Wage
How affordable, or unaffordable, is rent in America for those working at minimum wage?
Mapping Psychopathy in America
Apparently psychopaths gravitate towards the same places. We'll reveal the states that the most people with psychopathic tendencies call home.
Has the Bubonic Plague Returned?
In the Middle Ages, the Bubonic Plague, or Black Death, wiped out a third of Earth's population.... now, a young boy in Idaho has contracted it.