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New figures show that white birth rates are low, and North Dakota is a weird place.
D.C. had the highest rate of out-of-wedlock births in 2011, Utah the lowest.
New data shows renters suffer from housing costs burdens just as much or more than homeowners.
Homeownership has fallen since the recession, but it's still important for the nation's communities.
Large cities along the coasts are home to the most super-wealthy Americans.
The United States is adding one new resident every 17 seconds.
A new study shows that Hispanic college enrollment reached new highs in 2011.
Diversity is up, but "post-racial" America nowhere to be seen.
An advanced degree is a smart fiscal and career move, a former business school admissions dean says.
NEW YORK (AP) — Americans are in for a cyber-surprise on Wednesday: They'll be able to plug family names into an online 1940 U.S. census and come up with details about the lives of New Yorkers — from Joe DiMaggio and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy to their own relatives.