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Weather Extremes: Sunniest, Rainiest, Coldest and Hottest Cities in the U.S.

Weather Extremes: Sunniest, Rainiest, Coldest and Hottest Cities in the U.S.

People love complaining about the weather. Who gets to complain the most? These are the cities with the most precipitation, most sunny days, and more.

The Leading Causes of Death in the World

The Leading Causes of Death in the World

As living standards improve, life expectancy is increasing and the most common causes of death have changed over time.

How Much Is Home Insurance in 2019?

How Much Is Home Insurance in 2019?

Home insurance is a must to protect your property - but how much will it cost?

These U.S. Cities Are the Most at Risk From Rising Seas

These U.S. Cities Are the Most at Risk From Rising Seas

In about 30 years, as much as to $106 billion worth of coastal property will likely be below sea level if we continue on the current path of climate change

60 Seconds: The Documents You Need in a Disaster

60 Seconds: The Documents You Need in a Disaster

Sadly disasters happen. Not only do you need the proper insurance, you need to get your financial documents together and stored in a safe place. Give us 60 seconds to find out how!

How Hurricanes Skew the Economic Data

How Hurricanes Skew the Economic Data

Hurricanes destroy lives, homes and wealth. And while we are a resilient nation and often rebuild, there are economic impacts, including skewing the jobs report. Watch now for more.

60 Seconds: How to Get a Disaster Loan

60 Seconds: How to Get a Disaster Loan

Disasters show up unexpectedly and often cost way more than you could ever imagine. Thankfully, there are disaster loans available so you don't have to hit up your credit card. Watch now!

What to Know About Your Insurance Before Hurricane Damage Strikes

What to Know About Your Insurance Before Hurricane Damage Strikes

Homeowner's insurance policies alone don't cover everything you need if a hurricane hits.

The Next Big Crisis: Drinking Water

The Next Big Crisis: Drinking Water

Forget oil. The next global crisis will come out of your tap, and for billions of people, it has already begun.

Immigrant Families Have Not Bounced Back From Hurricane Harvey

Immigrant Families Have Not Bounced Back From Hurricane Harvey

In Texas, the recovery from last summer's hurricane has rebuilt the lives of many people. But one community is particularly left out.