New Hampshire voters often pride themselves on their ability to pick presidents, but who are these voters and how do they compare to the rest of the United States?…
By Laura Santhanam
WASHINGTON — In a major shift in immigration patterns over the next 50 years, Asians will have surged past Hispanics to become the largest group of immigrants heading to the United States, according to estimates in a new immigration study.
By Jesse J. Holland, Associated Press
The number of black immigrants living in the United States has nearly quadrupled since 1980 and is expected to continue to grow, according to a new report released today from the Pew Research Center.
By Laura Santhanam
The Great Recession may be over, but the number of children living in poverty or low-income families is still higher than pre-recession levels.
By Anna Sillers
As the deadline for the 2010 census nears, Jim Lehrer talks to U.S. Census director Robert Groves about the challenges of counting the U.S. population and the trends the new data might show.
By PBS NewsHour
The number of people without health insurance in the United States fell last year for the first time since the beginning of the Bush administration, according to a report released by the Census Bureau Tuesday on poverty, income and health…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The number of U.S. homes headed toward foreclosure in the first quarter of the year more than doubled from the same period a year ago, a real estate data firm announced Tuesday.
The Census Bureau reported Tuesday that 47 million Americans had no health insurance in 2006, an increase of more than 2 million from the previous year. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer discusses the growing problem.
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