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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • California has nation's highest number of veterans

     
    New infographic on nation's veterans by census bureau shows California with highest population of former military men and women. Texas and Florida are next....
  • Florida cheap on education spending

     
    It's not exactly a news flash that Florida doesn't spend as much educating its kids as most other states.  But here's an update on the figures, thanks to Seminole Superintendent Bill Vogel, who asked his finance director to dig them out. Finance guru John...
  • Census Bureau considers changes to race, ethnicity questions

     
    Census Bureau considers changes to the race questions asked in its surveys....
  • Usage: 'Latino' preferred over 'Hispanic'

     
    A memo on usage from Assistant Managing Editor Henry Fuhrmann to Times copy editors: We have updated our rule on the use of Latino to reflect more accurately what the editors of the 1995 Times stylebook intended: that the term......
  • 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...
  • College degrees bring lifetime financial rewards, census says

     
    It pays to get a college degree and it especially pays to earn a bachelor’s in engineering or computer science. Those are some of the findings of two new reports from the U.S. Census Bureau that examined income disparities linked......
  • China, U.S., Europe battling over a shrinking global-trade pie

     
    Global Focus: In polite, diplomatic language, China this week accused Eurozone leaders of piling up debts that threaten global economic stability and the Europeans countered with complaints that Beijing manipulates its currency to unfairly skew trade in...
  • The Band's Garth Hudson adds to the mystery of Nazareth reference in 'The Weight'

     
    It’s long been believed that on The Band’s song “The Weight,” the opening line “I pulled into Nazareth/I was feelin’ about half past dead” refers to the Lehigh Valley’s Nazareth, home of guitar maker C.F....