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Aside from having superb cheese and notoriously friendly attitudes, people from the Midwest also have their own sayings.
From The Bean to the Flint Hills to Paisley Park, there's really nowhere quite like the Midwest. Here are 20 photos to prove it.
Blizzard conditions and strong winds have left hundreds of thousands of people without power in the Midwest
A winter storm that has been sweeping across the midwestern US will spread to parts of northern New England on Monday, meteorologists say.
The frigid polar vortex that killed 21 people is on the way out — and temperatures are due to spike by up to 80 degrees
The polar vortex is ending, and temperatures will rapidly rise. But the thaw creates new problems, and some areas could get winter weather next week.
Deaths have been recorded in Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, and Illinois, where temperatures in some places have plunged to their lowest recorded levels.
Parts of the Midwest are colder than Antarctica due to a polar vortex. Can you guess which photo was taken where?
The Midwest is experiencing a polar vortex with subzero temperatures colder than Antarctica right now. Can you tell the two places apart in photos?
People in Michigan facing brutal cold weather have been asked to turn down the heat at the worst possible time
An unexpected incident with Consumers Energy and frigid temperatures from the polar vortex mean that Michiganders are being asked to do their part.
Parts of the US are colder than Antarctica as a frigid polar vortex brings temperatures of minus 30 degrees
Temperatures of minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit were recorded in Wisconsin on Wednesday morning. Only one weather station in Antarctica got lower.
"Rural America can be represented in [Democratic] leadership," Illinois Rep. Cheri Bustos tells INSIDER.
The Midwest has a rep for friendly people, cheap land, and a low-stress lifestyle that differs dramatically from other US regions. Many people are flocking to the Midwest because of its affordable cost of living and relaxed pace. Here's how the Midwest is different than the rest of the country.