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By Laura Santhanam
Over the last two decades, the U.S. middle class shrank across much of the country as income inequality grows nationwide.
By Joshua Barajas
The self-described "front page of the Internet" may have a smaller user base than Facebook and Twitter, but for most Reddit users, the site's curated message boards are a go-to source for news, according to a new study released Thursday.
Just as moms and dads tell their children how to behave in real life, parents today also keep tabs on how their kids conduct themselves online.
By PBS NewsHour
A new analysis of census data from the Pew Research Center finds that 36 percent of women between the ages of 18-34 are living at home with parents or relatives, while an earlier analysis found that 43 percent of men…
The Pew Research Center's follow-up study on religion in the U.S. found that Americans are becoming less religious, specifically young adults who are less likely to believe in God, pray daily or regularly attend religious services.
Most teens in the U.S. still meet face-to-face the people who they date, but social media and texting are just as important in maintaining those relationships as hanging out in person, a new survey shows.
By Jesse J. Holland, Associated Press
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 Laura Santhanam, Megan Crigger
Most people say public libraries provide communities with essential resources for literacy and education, but the number of people who actually take advantage of library services may be slipping.
By Gwen Ifill
Those of us who love to cover politics loved Andy Kohut. He was courtly, incisive and smart. The pollster and NewsHour contributor died Tuesday at age 73.
Child poverty is worse now than it was before the Great Recession, despite strides toward economic recovery. That's according to a new report by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, which found that rates were most severe for African-American and Native…
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