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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Alcee Hastings draws internal party challenger

    Alcee Hastings draws internal party challenger
    Jean Enright hopes to make the leap from an obscure job as a Port of Palm Beach commissioner to the U.S. House of Representatives. She faces a big obstacle: The longtime incumbent, U.S. Rep. Alcee Hastings, doesn't have any intention of getting out of the...
  • Holder should not pick on Texas for voter ID law

    Holder should not pick on Texas for voter ID law
    So Attorney General Eric Holder can't stand the fact that Texas is going to require voter ID ("Congress must fix Voting Rights Act," July 29). I really don't see anything wrong with that. You need ID to buy cough medicine at the drug store, to get into an...
  • Latino, black leaders unite after alleged hate crime in Compton

     
    A coalition of Latino and Black community leaders banded together on the steps of Compton City Hall Monday, seeking to unite the city in the aftermath of an attack that law enforcement has labeled a hate crime....
  • Reputed Compton gang members to be indicted on civil-rights charges

     
    The U.S. Attorney's office is bringing federal civil rights charges against reputed members of a Compton gang arrested for alleged hate crimes against a black family. U.S. Attorney Andre Birotte and Sheriff Lee Baca plan to announce an indictment Friday.....
  • Pittsburgh region’s population loss is Lehigh Valley area’s gain

     
    Yo! The long-running success of the Pittsburgh Steelers apparently is not enough to keep people in parts of western Pennsylvania. Allegheny County lost 4.3 percent of its population between the 2000 Census and 2010 Census. As a result, it will......
  • Feds now investigating alleged hate crimes in Compton

     
    The U.S. attorney's office is considering whether to pursue federal civil rights charges against alleged members of a Compton gang arrested for alleged hate crimes against a black family....
  • Why this stay-at-home dad defends his turf

    Why this stay-at-home dad defends his turf
    When New Yorker cartoonist Pat Byrnes and his wife, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, had their first child, there was no discussion about who would stay home. "It was too obvious," Byrnes says. "What's to discuss? It was a no-brainer." His...
  • Latino Justice sues Orange for diluting Hispanic voting strength

     
    The civil rights group Latino Justice filed suit against Orange County leaders today, arguing that its elected officials constructed new political boundaries that are “discriminatory and violates the civil rights of Latinos by diluting their...
  • Census Bureau considers changes to race, ethnicity questions

     
    Census Bureau considers changes to the race questions asked in its surveys....
  • A small-town guy shoots - and skis - for the big prize again

    A small-town guy shoots - and skis - for the big prize again
    Tim Burke grew up in an Adirondack Mountain hamlet with no stores, no gas station, no neighbor within a half-mile of his house and just 671 people, period, according to the 2010 census of Paul Smiths, N.Y. And then, as a 12-year-old, Burke took up a...
  • Carmel: a sweet West Coast getaway

    Carmel: a sweet West Coast getaway
    Carmel is a great spot to get away from it all. It's the perfect place to show how sweet and charming you are, whether it's a wedding, proposal, romantic hideaway or girlfriend getaway. A small but active and artistic area, you will find plenty of...