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  • Realtors group says it overestimated home sales from 2007 to 2010

     
    A national real estate group sharply revised downward the number of homes it calculated were sold from 2007 to 2010, revealing a much weaker housing market than had been previously estimated. In 2010, for instance, the National Assn. of Realtors......
  • U.S. Asian population rises 45% from 2000 to 2010

     
    The nation's Asian population grew faster than any other racial or ethnic group in the last 10 years, a new Census Bureau report shows. Asian Americans nearly doubled their numbers nationwide between 2000 and 2010, to 17.3 million people. California is...
  • Historic wave of Mexican immigration at a standstill, report says

     
    “The largest wave of immigration in history from a single country to the United States has come to a standstill,” the report says....
  • 2010 census was largely accurate but undercounted minorities

     
    A new analysis shows that the 2010 Census was generally accurate but disproportionately undercounted blacks, Latinos and other traditionally hard-to-count groups....
  • Three cheers for great dads

     
    Let's hear it for involved dads! I'm sure you know men who are more involved in their children's lives than their own fathers would ever have dreamed of being — and the statistics show that those devoted dads are growing in number. A U.S. Census...
  • Rick Scott Econometrics: Smaller workforce = more stay-at-home moms?

     
    TALLAHASSEE — This is the kind of news that probably makes Mitt Romney happier than Rick Scott: Florida's declining unemployment rate is owed more to would-be workers dropping out of the hunt for jobs than new hirings by employers. That's the...
  • Puerto Rico’s population drops, islanders leave in large numbers

     
    Puerto Rico's population declined by 2.2 percent in the last decade, which makes the commonwealth one of only two U.S. jurisdictions that saw this trend. The figures were released last week by the U.S. Census Bureau. Michigan was the other U.S....
  • Gay parenting more prominent in the South

     
    Gay adoption wasn't legal in Florida until very recently. Nevertheless, gay parenting  here and in other Southern states has been going strong for years primarily among gay couples that entered their current relationships with children...
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service national survey to begin

     
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will begin conducting its national survey of fishing, hunting and wildlife-associated recreation and are requesting that hunters, anglers and other wildlife enthusiasts participate if contacted for interviews scheduled...
  • Survey: Most Chicago LGBT couples Lakeview-based

     
    The Windy City Times pulled out some interesting census-like data about where same-sex couples are living these days: As the community anticipates the summer release of U.S. Census Bureau data on same-sex couples as reported in last year's decennial...
  • Van Nuys office complex sells for $49.5 million

     
    A Calabasas real estate investment firm paid $49.5 million for Sherman Plaza, a two-building office complex in Van Nuys. Majestic Investments bought the 267,955-square-foot complex on 7 acres from Embarcadero Capital Partners, real estate broker Bob Safai...