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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Baltimore's affordable housing crisis

    Baltimore's affordable housing crisis
    Natalie Sherman's recent article on apartment rental rates in Baltimore focused on high-end tenants but largely ignored the plight of low- and moderate-income individuals and families ("As apartments boom in city, a new market reality emerges," Feb. 27)....
  • Mikulski departure creates trickle-down competition in Md.

    Mikulski departure creates trickle-down competition in Md.
    The decision by Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski to retire in 2016 has created an unexpected contest not only for her coveted seat, but it could put several House districts in play for the first time in more than a decade. Seven of Maryland's eight members of...
  • Justices seem skeptical of independent electoral map boards

    The Supreme Court, unwilling to limit partisan influence in redistricting in earlier cases, now seems poised to stop states that have tried to take matters into their own hands by removing map-drawing power from elected lawmakers. The justices heard...
  • Sheriff's office does local policing in Cincinnati suburbs

    A Cincinnati-area sheriff's department has taken over policing in more suburbs, and other local jurisdictions are eyeing that option as they deal with tight finances and needs for services. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Department now acts as the local...
  • High court case threatens independent electoral map drawers

    In a reversal of the usual worries about political influence on electoral map-making, the Supreme Court is being asked to let raw politics play an even bigger role in the drawing of congressional district boundaries. The court hears argument Monday in an...
  • Water main break prompts school, business closures

    A water main break that has virtually cut off water to this northwestern Pennsylvania city led to school and business closures on Tuesday — and officials say the problem won't be fixed for days. Bradford officials say the break Monday in the 24-...
  • Police chief of small Illinois city accused of misconduct

    The police chief of a small southern Illinois city has been arrested on charges of intimidation and official misconduct. The Southern Illinoisan (http://bit.ly/1JHUqM2 ) reports Orient Police Chief Joe Brown is accused by the Franklin County sheriff's...
  • How cases involving 2 NYC cops and 2 unarmed men measure up

    The indictment of New York Police Department Officer Peter Liang Wednesday on charges of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in the stairwell shooting of Akai Gurley comes two months after a grand jury declined to charge Officer Daniel Pantaleo...
  • Caterpillar headquarters to remain in Peoria

    Caterpillar headquarters to remain in Peoria
    PEORIA, Ill. (AP) — Caterpillar Inc. announces corporate headquarters will remain in Peoria after 2-year study. This is a breaking news update. The Tribune's earlier story is below. Check back for further updates. --- PEORIA — People...
  • No known progress on Virginia's new 3rd Congressional District map

    RICHMOND – When a three-judge panel declared Virginia's 3rd Congressional District unconstitutional last October, the court told the General Assembly to redraw the map during its next legislative session. That session wraps up in a week, and...
  • DC faring better than most states in federal highway funding

    While many states have been scrambling to make up for a drop in federal highway funding over the past several years, road-construction dollars sent to the District of Columbia have continued to increase, according to data obtained by The Associated Press....