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‘Meth. We’re on it.’ South Dakota’s new anti-drug campaign went viral to a mixed response

People on Twitter were quick to react to the campaign's ambiguous slogan. The campaign became a trending topic on Twitter shortly after launching.
US currency still has "In God we trust" printed on it.

A new law requires public schools in South Dakota to write ‘In God We Trust’ in large type and display the message in ‘prominentR...

The same bill has also been passed in 10 other states in 2019. Those who oppose the law says it goes against the First Amendment.
It was a joke.

A couple demolished their house and covered the remnants in a joke: ‘Got the spider’

A random passerby snapped a picture of the house and shared it on Facebook, where it went viral.
Tennessee is among the least innovative states in the U.S.

These are the 10 least innovative states in the U.S.

States like California and New York are often seen as epicenters for technological innovation, while states in the middle of the U.S. can be ignored.

The top 26 states where rich people give away the most money

We ranked US states by how much residents making over $500,000 donated to charity in a year, and the most charitable state will probably surprise you.
Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for governor in Florida, could expand Medicaid using Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act for over a million poor Floridians.

The midterm elections could decide whether 2.7 million Americans have access to healthcare

2.7 million Americans could gain access to healthcare depending on the outcome of Tuesday's midterm elections in Florida, Georgia, Idaho, and more.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, had a median household income of $54,110 in 2016.

The top city for young professionals who want to make more money, live cheaply, and have fun in 2018 is in South Dakota

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is the perfect place for young professionals, according to SmartAsset. The financial-tech company found that the city's affordability and low unemployment rates made it a hot spot for young people.

A surprising court ruling could ‘reset the clock’ on the Dakota Access Pipeline

Protestors called the pipeline, which cuts across the Standing Rock Sioux's only water source, a "death sentence." A new ruling on could temporarily halt it.

This is what it’s like when almost 750,000 bikers descend on a sleepy South Dakota town

For a week each year, hundreds of thousands of bikers take over.