The United Nations' World Happiness Report is out and according to it Norway is the happiest country in the world. The report, published by the U.N. Sustainable Development Solutions Network, shows that while economic variables matter, factors such as healthy years of life expectancy, freedom, social support, trust and generosity do, too. The story in USA Today says Norway topped the list of 155 countries around the world.
Norway, Denmark and Iceland are the top 3 on this year's list. The United States is number 14 which is down one spot from last year. The unhappiest country according to the report is the Central African Republic.