The U.S. state that has produced the greatest number of serial killers is New York with 137 separate serial killing cases. Falling in second is California with 128, then Florida with 112, Texas with 97 and rounding out t... More »

Washington state has a lengthy history of harboring prototypical serial killers, including Ted Bundy, James Elledge, Robert Lee Yates Jr., Gary Ridgway and Randy Woodfield, among many others. In Washington state, jurors ... More »

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The capitals of all 50 American states are Sacramento in California, Montgomery in Alabama, Denver in Colorado, Juneau in Alaska, Dover in Delaware, Phoenix in Arizona, Boise in Idaho, Little Rock in Arkansas, Hartford i... More »

As of 2015, London, New York, Hong Kong, Paris, Singapore, Shanghai, Tokyo, Beijing, Sydney and Dubai are the world’s most prominent cities, according to the Globalization and World Cities study. The respective abbreviat... More »

The Appalachian region extends from parts of New York to Mississippi, and it covers a land area of approximately 205,000 sq. mi. This region is found along the Appalachian Mountains, and it spans 13 states, including Ten... More »

As of 2012, the biggest cities in the United States are New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and Philadelphia, when ranked by population, according to the City Mayors Foundation. When ranked by area, some of the bigge... More »

For the year ending 2012, states with the highest per capita personal income included Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York. Statistics provided by InfoPlease indicate each state showed a substantial increa... More »

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