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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Ellyn Bogdanoff won't tip hand about election plans

    Ellyn Bogdanoff won't tip hand about election plans
    Former state Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff isn’t ready to say whether she’ll be a candidate this year to return to the state Senate. After seven years in the Florida House, she was elected to a Broward-Palm Beach County Senate district in 2010...
  • Pennsylvania's congressional clout will continue to weaken

    Pennsylvania's congressional clout will continue to weaken
    If population trends continue, Pennsylvania is projected to lose another three seats in Congress by 2060, bringing it's total representation to 15 districts. The bad, though not surprising, news for Pennsylvania comes from projections by analyst Ravi S....
  • China eases its one-child policy

    China eases its one-child policy
    BEIJING — China announced Friday that it would ease its deeply unpopular one-child policy, a high-profile move by new leaders to limit a program that has prevented millions of births but helped create an aging population that could constrict...
  • Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts begin in Glendale

    Relief efforts are underway in Glendale for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan as local Filipino organizations collect food and donations to send to the Philippines. With more than 11 million people affected by the Nov. 8 typhoon — which killed more...
  • White supremacist takes DNA test, finds out he's part black

    Well, that's awkward: A white supremacist who made headlines worldwide for plotting to take over a town in North Dakota received the results of a DNA test -- and the results say he's 14% black. And this all happened while cameras were rolling. Craig...
  • SHABAZZ NAPIER Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard

    SHABAZZ NAPIER<br>Neighborhood Lessons In Boston Started The Education Of A Point Guard
    STORRS — It was a field trip, which for some students is perhaps a license to tune out, lay low. Jason Irizarry took a group of UConn basketball players from his urban education class to one of the poorest districts in the United States, to the...
  • Relocate Balt. Co. animal shelter

     Relocate Balt. Co. animal shelter
    I was bewildered that a new Baltimore County Animal Control will be built on the existing grounds of the current facility which is located in Baldwin ("Baltimore Co. to build $5 million animal shelter," Oct. 21). This current facility is not accessible to...
  • Fusion To Pair Kooky Creatures With Veteran Anchors To Hook Young Viewers On News

    If four creatures created by the legendary Jim Henson Company are holding forth on the TV screen, interviewing guests and chatting about interesting stories and gossip, then you must be watching - a cable-news network? While it's difficult to imagine a...
  • 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

    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...