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Large Cities Top Small Towns, Rural Areas in Well-Being

National
Despite the overall decline in well-being, there is a bright spot for those living in medium small communities, small towns and rural areas: a meaningful increase this year in how they evaluate their lives. ...
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A Guide to Adoption for LGBT Couples and Singles

Editorial
No state will explicitly stop you from adopting a child, but variations in state law can significantly impact how agencies are allowed to treat you - and what recourse you are allowed if you face discrimination. ...
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Gallup: Trump Sets New Low Point for Inaugural Approval Rating

President Donald Trump pumps his fist after addressing the crowd during his swearing-in ceremony on January 20 at the Capitol in Washington, DC./Getty
Politics
Trump now holds the record for the lowest initial job approval rating as well as the highest initial disapproval rating in Gallup surveys dating back to Dwight D. Eisenhower. ...
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One in Three U.S. Women Worry About Being Sexually Assaulted, Study

National
Typically about 1% of Americans say they or a member of their household has been a victim of sexual assault within the past 12 months. ...
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Millennials: How They Live and Work

National
Millennials are waiting longer to get married and have children, and they're less likely than other generations to identify with specific religions or political parties. ...
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Gallup: Trump and Clinton Supporters Lead in Enthusiasm

Hillary Clinton/AP Photo
Politics
Hillary Clinton's supporters are more enthusiastic than Sen. Bernie Sanders' supporters, 54 percent vs. 44 percent. ...
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So, Who Are Really the Happiest People in the World?

Health
March 20 is International Happiness Day, which means everyone will be talking about who the happiest people in the world are and where they live. ...
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Hawaii Knocks Alaska Out of the Number One Spot for U.S. Well-Being

Travel
Residents of West Virginia and Kentucky have the lowest and second-lowest well-being, respectively, for the seventh consecutive year. ...
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Satisfaction with Acceptance of Gays in U.S. at New High, Study

National
A new high of 60 percent of Americans say they are satisfied with the acceptance of gays and lesbians in the U.S. - up from 53 percent in 2014 and 2015. ...
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Study Shows Sanders’ Image Up Among Dems; Clinton Still Maintains Edge

Sen. Bernie Sanders, of Vermont,, left, and Hillary Rodham Clinton laugh during the CNN Democratic presidential debate, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)
Politics
While Clinton's current score is about par for the course, Sanders is his highest to date, as he has become more familiar to the party faithful. ...
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