America's white majority is slipping away faster than ever, affecting issues from the immigration debate to the future of the economy.
A Pew Research Center study, out today, says a record amount of moms are college educated. The more educated the mother, the better off their child is going to be.
A surge in unwed mothers reported this week by the US Census causes a surge in snap judgements. But deep in the stats, the connection between marriage and parenting, it turns out, is a lot more complicated than the shocked pundits might have you believe.
Construction spending increased 2.17 percent in February 2013, according to the US Census. That's 20.08 percent above the construction spending level seen in February 2012.
The Great Plains are experiencing a stunning resurgence in population after being long considered a population drain. One big reason: the energy boom.
Letters to the Editor for the March 4 weekly print issue: A growing birthrate adds to the problems of global warming, hunger, disease, and warfare; Human population should be managed; Since technology is replacing people, why do we need more kids who will grow up to face fewer jobs?
Total residential construction in January was down 0.02 percent from December. Single family construction climbed 3.62 percent in January, but non-residential spending dropped 5.08 percent during that period.