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Where America’s newest citizens come from, by state
Mexico is the most popular country of origin among the 779,929 immigrants who became naturalized Americans in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, 2013. But in 26 states and the District of Columbia, the biggest group of naturalized citizens is somewhere else. See full story.
How Katy Perry roars past Taylor Swift financially
Taylor Swift dominates the headlines, but rival Katy Perry is the music industry’s top-earning female singer in 2015. See full story.
6 places that became World Heritage cities before Philadelphia
Philadelphia has become the first U.S. city to be named a World Heritage City. It joins a distinguished list that includes Jerusalem, Cairo, Paris, Rome and Vienna, and also a roster of cities that aren’t so world-famous — like Ejmiatsin in Armenia or Telford in the U.K. See full story.
How does McDonald’s new premium burger stack up against a Big Mac?
McDonald’s “Signature” burger is aimed at foodie millennials, and its price reflects it. We do a road test to see whether the taste justifies the cost. See full story.
Some 96,000 same-sex couples married between July and October 2015. See full story.
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