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Average Americans think they're smarter than average Americans

Most Americans have no problem bragging about their intelligence compared to other Americans and most believe they are smarter than average.

Jewel asks Americans why housing matters to inspire her new song

Grammy-nominated star Jewel is taking time from recording her next album to write a special song about the true meaning of home.

Report: Americans hold positive attitudes on aging populations

In a new study published by the Pew Research Center, American attitudes toward aging and their projected prospects in their golden years are seen as firmly positive.

US studying plans to rescue Americans from Olympics terrorists

With looming verbal threats having been expressed by militants, the United States has been planning ways of evacuating Americans, in the event of terrorist attacks during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia,

Global poll: U.S. is regarded as greatest threat to peace

In a world opinion poll the U.S. is regarded as the biggest threat to world peace. The poll was conducted by Win/Gallup International. The survey was first started in 1977.

Heartbreaking photos from tornado-ravaged Washington, Illinois

Washington - Illinois took the brunt of the tornado fury Sunday, as shown in five stunning photos taken in Washington, Illinois. Eight people are dead as a result of the tornadoes, and hundreds of buildings and homes were destroyed.

Less than half of Americans trust government to solve problems

In a new poll conducted by Gallup, American trust in the federal government to solve both domestic and international issues has dramatically fallen, in historical lows.

U.S. apologizes for Japanese incarceration 25 years ago

Twenty-five years ago this week, the Japanese-American community celebrated a revolutionary victory relating to its own struggles for equality.

Majority of Americans and British opposed to arming Syrian rebels

In the wake of the Obama administration's decision to arm the Syrian rebels, the American public continues to broadly reject such proposals.

Op-Ed: Americans tend to spend more money on cellphones than necessities

Studies tend to show people are interested in staying attached to the outside world more so than paying other bills like power, water and mortgages.

Native American vets want recognition, memorial

A grassroots effort has been brewing among Native American Indian tribes around the country to erect a soldier statue on the National Mall in recognition of Native American Indians, as well as Alaskan Natives and Native Hawaiians.

Suicide rate among middle-aged adults rises in the U.S.

Suicide rates among middle-aged Americans have risen substantially since 1999, according to a report in by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

4 in 10 Americans willing to give up civil liberties

A recent survey carried out by CNN, Time, and Orc International Survey, found that 4 in 10 Americans are willing to give up civil liberties in the fight against terrorism.

Majority of Americans want US to stay out of Syria

A poll conducted by Reuters and Ipsos found that a majority of Americans do not want the Obama administration to get militarily involved in Syria's civil war.

Study finds that more Americans living together before marriage

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that more and more Americans are choosing to live together before getting married.

Op-Ed: Why gay marriage is worth the fight to get it right!

The United States Supreme Court has finally decided to hear the case about gay marriage. Why does this affect you? Because Marriage is in trouble regardless of which side you are on, pro gay marriage or traditional marriage.

Reuters poll: 53% of Americans want illegal immigrants deported

A new Reuters/Ipos poll shows that more than half of US citizens want "most or all" of the country's illegal immigrants deported. Reuters reports that the results point to the hurdles lawmakers face in the ongoing reform of the country's immigration laws.

Op-Ed: Americans at risk Special

Istanbul - How safe are Americans from a growing terrorist threat at home and overseas? The recent suicide bombing at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara reminds us of the fatal attack in Benghazi and raises new questions.

Op-Ed: Gallup — Millions of Americans renounced GOP in 2012

A recent poll has found that 47 percent of Americans identify themselves as either Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents.

Study: Many Americans would consider getting a Walmart mortgage

According to a financial services study, one in three consumers in the U.S. would consider getting a mortgage from retailer Walmart.

Americans buy fewer autos over a lifetime

Washington - New analysis by the reserach firm Polk shows that Americans can expect to buy fewer cars over a lifetime. The firm predicts that on average each person will buy four less new cars by the time he or she is 76.

40% of Americans have $500 or less in savings

A recent survey of about 1,100 Americans revealed that around 40 percent of the respondents only have $500 or less in savings.

Op-Ed: Romney video may be the final nail in his political coffin

Costa Mesa - Political spin and damage control is expected in politics, so when Romney responded to his comment that nearly half of Americans think they are "victims" by simply saying the comments were ‘‘not elegantly stated", many were surprised.

Environment group says Americans throw away nearly half of food

New York - Americans are wasteful when it comes to food, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council, a non-profit environmental group. It released a report that highlights the high level of food that goes into the trash.

CDC says only 1 in 4 Americans with HIV has it under control

As of now there are around 1.1 million Americans who have HIV but U.S. health researchers say that only one in four actually has the virus under control.

Op-Ed: Always remember Independence Day

Baker City - July 4, 1776 is one of the most important dates in American history. It was a moment defined by celebration, patriotism and the birth of a new nation that would change the world we know today.

Mermaids don't exist, NOAA says after Animal Planet show mix-up

The NOAA have been forced to issue a statement saying there is no evidence that half-human, half-fish "humanoids" exist after they received several phone calls following a fictional Animal Planet documentary titled "Mermaids: The Body Found."

More than one-third of Americans believe in UFOs, new study says

A new survey says about 80 million or 36 percent of Americans believe UFOs are real. The survey reports that one in 10 say they have seen a UFO and 65 percent say Obama would do a better job of handling an alien invasion emergency than Mitt Romney.

Pew survey: Rising number of Americans use cellphone to go online

A new survey shows over half of Americans use their cellphone to go online, and 17 percent of cellphone owners do most of their browsing via a mobile phone rather than use a computer or laptop.

Survey: Almost half of Americans do not have emergency savings

New research published today by Bankrate has found almost half of Americans do not have emergency savings to cover three months' worth of expenses. This is three percent higher than last year's figures.
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Marlies goalie Ben Scrivens sprawls out along the ice to stop Americans forward Igor Gongalsky. Scri...
Marlies goalie Ben Scrivens sprawls out along the ice to stop Americans forward Igor Gongalsky. Scrivens was much busier than game one and stopped 23 of 26 shots to pick up his second win of the first round series
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New York City: Occupy Wall Street
New York City: Occupy Wall Street
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Marlies forward Mike Zigomanis snaps a shot towards the Americans net
Marlies forward Mike Zigomanis snaps a shot towards the Americans net
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Marlies winger Jerry D Amigo finishes his hard drive to the net and puts the puck past Americans goa...
Marlies winger Jerry D'Amigo finishes his hard drive to the net and puts the puck past Americans goalie David Leggio on the game winning goal. Defenceman Mark Fraser who started the play and made the perfect pass was knocked down in the process
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World Globe by Gerardus Mercator - made in 1541 in Leuven (Louvain) Belgium - globe in the Mercator museum in Sint-Niklaas Belgium
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Marlies goalie Mark Owuya turns aside Americans winger Colin Stuart s penalty shot attempt in the se...
Marlies goalie Mark Owuya turns aside Americans winger Colin Stuart's penalty shot attempt in the second period
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Statistics listed in a Rolling Stone piece about things that were not mentioned in the most recent United States State of the Union Address.
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President Barack Obama greets the children of U.S. embassy staff during a reception at the Chulalong...
President Barack Obama greets the children of U.S. embassy staff during a reception at the Chulalongkorn University Sports Center in Bangkok, Thailand
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Retirees at a National Guard Officers Association conference
Retirees at a National Guard Officers Association conference
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D'Amigo celebrates his game-winning goal in the background while Rochester players look dejected after giving up the go-ahead goal with just 1:50 left to play in the third period
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Toronto Marlies centre Nazem Kadri faces off against Mark Voakes Saturday afternoon at Ricoh Coliseu...
Toronto Marlies centre Nazem Kadri faces off against Mark Voakes Saturday afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum
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Ben Scrivens stares down Americans forward Paul Szczechura who streaks in on a breakaway  but the Ma...
Ben Scrivens stares down Americans forward Paul Szczechura who streaks in on a breakaway, but the Marlies netminder would turn aside the backhanded attempt on goal
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Marlies forward Carter Ashton looks behind him to see that a Mike Zigomanis shot from the point did get past Americans goalie David Leggio. The power play goal gave Toronto a 2-0 lead late in the first period
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D Amigo celebrates his first goal of the game late in the second period. After outshooting the Ameri...
D'Amigo celebrates his first goal of the game late in the second period. After outshooting the Americans by a wide margin in the first two periods the Marlies had trouble getting the puck past Leggio until this goal finally solved the netminder
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The number of US deaths in the Afghanistan war has set a new annual record of at least 323  with fou...
The number of US deaths in the Afghanistan war has set a new annual record of at least 323, with four months remaining in the year. The number surpasses the previous record of 317 for all of 2009.
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