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The number of working-age people in China fell over the past decade while the population barely grew, adding to strains in an aging society.
By Joe McDonald, Huizhong Wu, Associated Press
What does the U.S. population look like today, and what will it look like 10 years from now, in 2030?…
By Dudley L. Poston, Jr., The Conversation
A provisional report found there 3.788 million births last year, marking the fourth year the number of births has fallen.
By Carla K. Johnson, Associated Press
The United States is rapidly transforming into a more diverse, more educated and older nation. Gwen Ifill talks to Karlyn Bowman of the American Enterprise Institute and Ruy Teixeira of the Center for American Progress about a special collaborative report…
By PBS NewsHour
By Joshua Barajas
The U.S. population is expected to reach 320.09 million people on Jan. 1, 2015, a 0.73 percent increase from the previous year, the U.S. Census Bureau said in a statement Monday.
By Kristin Miller
The image of the families like the Joads from The Grapes of Wrath loading up their meager possessions and leaving the farm for the city is a powerful one in the American psyche. It’s almost as powerful as the image…
Cities are create micro-apartments for single living, smaller that previous laws allowed.
The second day of India's power grid failures were worse than the first. Nearly 1900 miles of India went dark, an area that is home to nearly half of India's 1.2 billion citizens. Judy Woodruff reports how the blackout is…
Pollster: Democrats Should Bait GOP on Latino Issues…
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