The Hill’s new top 25 is all about the top 5 percent

The Hill has decided to remove the list of the top 25 most important U.S. cities.

The list will be updated as new data becomes available.

The Hill’s ranking of the 10 most important cities in the country, based on economic growth, crime and quality of life, was first published in April.

Since then, it has become one of the most widely read and discussed lists on the website.

The top 25 list of cities includes 10 cities from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.K.

The list has also been discussed on Twitter and Facebook, with several prominent political figures and others using the list as an example of what it means to be “the most prosperous city in America.”

The Hill has now published its list of “10 Most Important U.M. Cities,” based on the economic growth of each city, and the crime and safety ranking of each.

According to the Hill, the list will continue to grow as new information becomes available on the state of the cities and the impact of gun violence.

It was an opportunity to highlight the “top 5 percent” of America’s wealthiest, and one that also gives the city’s top citizens a place to shine.

In addition to being a place where people of all incomes can live, the top 10 cities also provide jobs and opportunities for the working class.

This article was produced by The Hill and The Daily Signal.