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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Children raised by gay parents come of age in Maryland

    Children raised by gay parents come of age in Maryland
    This year's Baltimore Pride is the first since marriage equality was passed in the state, but far from the first for Marylanders who grew up with gay parents. A recent study released by the Williams Institute, a think tank at the UCLA School of Law,...
  • Finally, Carbon Limits On Power Plants

    I applaud President Barack Obama's climate change policy speech Tuesday. Fundamentally, he's doing what he believes is right. Ethically, he's delivering on a promise he made in 2009 to the United Nations climate conference in Copenhagen: to cut U.S....
  • Zimmerman Juror Raises Race Questions

    More so than her words about George Zimmerman getting away with murder, I was taken aback at the sight of Juror B-29. "She's black," I said to my daughter. Indeed, Juror B-29 could be any one of my four daughters, my sister, my mother, my aunts...
  • Grow Baltimore's population by making homeownership possible

    Grow Baltimore's population by making homeownership possible
    Earlier this year, Baltimore's challenge to the 2010 Census established that the city had 621,074 residents on April 1, 2010. This revised number will now be used by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake as the baseline for counting toward her goal of growing...
  • White-supremacist takeover plot startles tiny North Dakota town

    White-supremacist takeover plot startles tiny North Dakota town
    Life isn't always sleepy in rural North Dakota. The tiny town of Leith -- which had 16 residents as of the 2010 census -- got a rude awakening last week when it was revealed that a newcomer in town was plotting a takeover to make Leith a white-...
  • Stroger aide goes on trial over alleged contractor kickbacks

    Stroger aide goes on trial over alleged contractor kickbacks
    Eugene Mullins was a veteran Chicago police officer from a working-class family who'd grown up "sticking up for the little guy" when in 2006 his career took a dramatic turn. His childhood friend Todd Stroger had just been elected Cook County Board...
  • FactoryMade builds up cast of Hollywood players for El Rey Network

    FactoryMade builds up cast of Hollywood players for El Rey Network
    The pitch meeting wasn't going as planned. John Fogelman and Cristina Patwa, founders of entertainment business incubator FactoryMade Ventures, wanted movie director Robert Rodriguez to help them create an English-language cable network for Latinos....
  • Curb crime. Save Chicago.

    Curb crime. Save Chicago.
    Ah, safe home Chicago: The murder rate has fallen by nearly half. Unless, that is, you live on the blood-drenched streets where violent crime rates have actually increased. Until we end that concentrated slaughter, this city again risks losing its...
  • Supremacist's North Dakota takeover plot thwarted by health rules

    Supremacist's North Dakota takeover plot thwarted by health rules
    Local bureaucracy seems to have gotten the upper hand on a white-supremacist's plot to take over a small town in North Dakota. Paul Craig Cobb, 61, made headlines after news broke of his secret plot to amass white supremacists in Leith, N.D., and win...
  • Silverpop: DKNY, Calvin Klein among NYFW social media standouts

    Silverpop: DKNY, Calvin Klein among NYFW social media standouts
    With New York Fashion Week firmly in the rear-view mirror, digital marketing firm Silverpop has finished crunching the social media statistics of 15 fashion brands to determine things like which labels gained the most Twitter followers during the...
  • Glendale's affordable housing lags behind need

    Glendale's affordable housing lags behind need
    Glendale's stock of affordable housing falls far short of meeting the community's need and officials say the loss of state redevelopment dollars means there's little the city can do to bridge the gap. Waiting lists for city-monitored rental housing...