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How Segregation and Average Homeowner Age Influenced Atlanta’s Housing Market

If you’re young and looking for a new place to live, which U.S. city would be one of your top choices? For many Millennials today, Atlanta is right up there.…

Millennial Homeowners DO Exist, But They’re Moving Into Some Very Unexpected Cities

Many 20- and 30-somethings are now bravely entering the real estate markets, equipped with 4-year college degrees, full-time jobs, and a clear memory of what the 2008 Recession looked like…

Experts Offer Safety Recommendations on Flood Water in Wake of East Coast Storms

The recent storm conditions stemming from nearby hurricane activity on the eastern seaboard have already caused their fair share of damage. The first immediate impact is only part of the…

Atlanta Man Fired After Viral Selfie With Co-Worker’s Three-Year-Old Attracts Racist Comments

Each of Facebook’s 1.15 billion users has uploaded an average of 217 photos apiece, but it only takes one picture to become infamous. Just ask Gerod Roth, who lost his…

American Cities Consider Expensive Treatments to Quell Growing Concerns with Water Quality

You may think that little filter in the refrigerator is protecting you from harmful contaminants in your drinking water, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. According to the…

ICD-10: A Next-Level WebMD for Turtle Bites, Broken Water Skis, and Even Your In-Laws

Are you feeling a bit under the weather, but you aren’t sure what’s ailing you? Most people go to WebMD’s symptom checker and end up scaring the bejesus out of…

NFL Team Sends 350 Rolls of Toilet Paper to London in Preparation for Upcoming International Game

Most NFL players are used to getting exactly what they want, but one team is taking things to a whole new level in preparation for a game being played overseas.…

Email-Gate Update: Russian Hackers Targeted Hillary Clinton’s Computer 5 Times

When all else fails, blame Russia. That seems to be the way domestic and international crises are handled these days, so it’s not really a surprise that the latest Hillary…

Researchers Say That Patients Diagnosed with Depression May Actually Have Sleep Apnea

A new research study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine shows that patients who are diagnosed with depression may actually be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. The study,…

Sky High: Bundle of Marijuana Crashes Through Carport of Arizona Home

Forget cats and dogs — it was raining buds and nugs on one Arizona family’s home, and they were either extremely unfortunate or incredibly lucky depending on how you view…