By Simone Pathe
If the economy is the most important issue to voters this fall, how do they feel about their own financial well-being? Half of U.S. adults think they're better off than their kids will be, with even middle class households facing…
By Kyla Calvert Mason
The demographics of the country's college students are changing. The percentage of black, Latino and Asian students is growing. As students and their needs change, colleges and universities will have to respond.
Shields and Brooks on how shifting demographics are affecting elections…
By Kristin Miller
While more and more people are living alone, the costs of rent and real estate are soaring. So cities like New York and Vancouver are trying to get the most out of some of the apartment space they do have,…
Cities are create micro-apartments for single living, smaller that previous laws allowed.
Teens Lose Out on Important Summer Jobs as Older Workers Fill Their Spots…
Will the Republican Party Learn to Adapt and Appeal to a Changing Electorate?…
Political advertisers now have unprecedented access to online browsing data, and the presidential campaigns are using gathered information to slice and dice the electorate and engage with voters on issues that are most relevant to their lives. Hari Sreenivasan reports…
Spanish-Language Election Ad Spending Eight Times Higher in 2012 Than 2008…
North Carolina Up for Grabs in 2012 as Voter Enthusiasm Wanes…
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