Topic: Kenneth Johnson
White births in the US have been surpassed by racial and ethnic minorities, according to newest Census data.
America is changing. As of July 2011, 50.4 percent of children under age 1 in the US were members of minority groups. In the under-5 group in 2011, 49.7 percent were minorities.
According to the 2010 Census, the South is now home to 57 percent of the US black population, the most since 1960. The return migration is linked to jobs and living costs, but also to an attachment to the region.
03/25/2011 04:02 pm
New Census figures released Tuesday shows that 75 percent of US metro areas – most of them in the South and West – saw racial segregation drop to levels not seen for more than a century.
12/14/2010 03:54 pm
More Americans moved last year than in 2008, according to the Census Bureau, suggesting that the economy is improving. But the mobility rate is still at historic lows.
05/11/2010 07:42 pm
Most independents say they'll vote Democratic.
01/08/2008 12:00 am