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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Groups want Supreme Court review of congressional district ruling

    Groups want Supreme Court review of congressional district ruling
    TALLAHASSEE — A coalition of voting-rights organizations and individual voters wants the Florida Supreme Court take up the legal battle over the state's congressional districts. In a notice of appeal filed Friday with the 1st District Court of...
  • Robert B. Reich: Back to school, and to widening inequality

    American kids are heading back to school. But the schools they're heading back to differ dramatically by family income. Which helps explain the growing achievement gap between lower- and higher-income children. Thirty years ago, the average gap on SAT-...
  • Top 10 Urban Cars

     
    From squeezing between a Dumpster and a wall to holding your breath as a bus hard aports past your bumper, cities can be an automotive minefield. And cars are often the casualties. Need proof? Look no further than auto insurance......
  • Crownsville: Historical ties and a rural feel just eight miles from Annapolis

    Crownsville: Historical ties and a rural feel just eight miles from Annapolis
    Location: The center of Anne Arundel County, bordered by Millersville to the north, Severna Park and the Severn River to the east, Annapolis to the south and Gambrills to the west. Average property listing price: Current homes for sale in Crownsville...
  • Do all roads to Century City's future lead to more traffic?

    Do all roads to Century City's future lead to more traffic?
    Before developers could build Century City's first skyscraper, they had to scrape away vestiges of 20th Century Fox's back lot. Steel-jawed machines ripped apart Peyton Place and the village where Jennifer Jones portrayed a French peasant in 1943's "The...
  • 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...
  • Plans for skid row restaurant concern some residents

    Plans for skid row restaurant concern some residents
    When the stylish New Genesis Apartments opened last year on skid row, residents and advocates were pleased that the project would provide housing for dozens of homeless people, as well as support services aimed at tackling addiction and mental illness....
  • California back on growth path, but North Dakota sets the pace

    California back on growth path, but North Dakota sets the pace
    WASHINGTON -- North Dakota’s population boom, driven by the state’s thriving oil and gas industry, continued in 2013, expanding at nearly twice the rate of the next-fastest-growing state, according to new census estimates released Monday....
  • Population rising faster in South and West, census data show

    Population rising faster in South and West, census data show
    WASHINGTON — Population growth in Southern and Western states, led by Texas, California and Florida, accounted for more than 80% of new residents nationwide over the last three years, surpassing the Northeast and Midwest in the demographic contest...
  • 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....
  • Highland Park moves senior living facility project forward

    Highland Park moves senior living facility project forward
    A proposed 89-unit assisted living facility cleared another hurdle before the Highland Park plan commission recently, despite continued resident complaints that their scenic neighborhood would be disrupted by noise, traffic and an obstructed view of a...