TOKYO, Japan - The Economist Intelligence Unit released a list of the safest major cities in the world and not one city in the Lone Star State made it intothe top 20.
The cities were ranked on digital security, health security, infrastructure, and personal safety.
Believe it or not, New York was the only U.S. city to make it into the top 10 safest cities overall.
Coming in at number five is Amsterdam, a city know for it's legal marijuana. Apparently, it has really good infrastructure, too.
Drifting in at number one as the safest city is Tokyo.