Texas Is Still Booming, Despite the Oil Bust

Of the 20 U.S. counties that grew the most last year, eight are in Texas.

Bust Town: The Human Cost of Cheap Oil

U.S. oil prices tumbled from more than $100 a barrel in the summer of 2014 to less than $50 a year later, but that didn't stop workers from flocking to Texas, the nation's biggest energy-producing state.

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