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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • San Bernardino, a broken city seeking hope

    San Bernardino, a broken city seeking hope
    With a rake and a mask, the motel manager steps carefully into Room 107. This afternoon, Sam Maharaj will evict a couple and their 4-month-old baby for not paying their bill. The mother sits on the side of the bed, still twitching from slamming...
  • The curious case of Rachel Dolezal

    The curious case of Rachel Dolezal
    "When did you start deceiving people and telling them you were black?" Rachel Dolezal took exception when Matt Lauer asked that blunt question Tuesday morning on the "Today" show. "It's a little more complex than me identifying as black, or answering...
  • Choosing your own: Definition of race becoming fluid

    Rachel Dolezal, born to white parents, self-identifies as black — a decision that illustrates how fluid identity can be in a diversifying America, as the rigid racial structures that have defined most of this country's history seem, for some, to...
  • Florists are increasingly in lei-away mode during graduation season

    Florists are increasingly in lei-away mode during graduation season
    After countless years at her craft, Nellie Lua's fingers have found a rhythm. The 68-year-old jabs a needle through the bottom of each carnation blossom and tugs the frilly flower along the thread. In 20 minutes, she's strung 100 blossoms to finish a...
  • Ask Amy: Dating widower struggles with female commitment-philes

     Ask Amy: Dating widower struggles with female commitment-philes
    Dear Amy: I am a senior citizen with a dating problem. My wife passed away two years ago. I did not date for the first year, but since then I have met and gone out with several women. These women are my age, of course. My problem is that, although I...
  • 5 congressional maps that redistricting could change for 2016

    WASHINGTON Legal battles over redistricting in nearly a half-dozen states could leave operatives from both parties scrambling to understand a new political landscape in the months leading up to next year's primary and general-election contests. The...
  • Pool party confrontation thrusts Texas town into spotlight on police and race relations

    McKINNEY, Texas A call to police about unwelcome teenagers at a community pool thrust this affluent Dallas suburb into the national spotlight on race and police relations Sunday. Police Cpl. Eric Casebolt was placed on administrative leave after a...
  • 3rd Congressional District again deemed unconstitutional

    3rd Congressional District again deemed unconstitutional
    It appears all but certain the General Assembly will need to redraw the 3rd Congressional District after the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia reaffirmed its decision Friday that the district’s boundaries were based too...
  • Pennsylvania Democrats head to Allentown for summer gathering

    Pennsylvania Democrats head to Allentown for summer gathering
    This weekend, Allentown will be hosting the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, and it may feel a bit like a housewarming. The two-day meeting will give state Democrats a firsthand look at the downtown turnaround that local leaders have been heralding. Its...
  • Police trial may move to almost-all-black East Cleveland

    The trial of five white Cleveland police supervisors charged with failing to control a car chase that ended in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire that killed two unarmed black people could be moved from a county court in the city to a municipal court in...
  • River town of Merom home to upcoming Chautauqua

    Curt Buethe climbs into his red pickup and turns onto Indiana 58 through Merom, a community he fell in love with at first sight. Guests are in town, and there's a half-hour's worth of landmarks he wants them to see. Most guests pay a visit during the...