Changing countries and assimilating doesn't mean you toss the old ways out or forget the past.
America's blacks voted at a higher rate than other minority groups in 2012 and by most measures surpassed the white turnout for the first time, reflecting a deeply polarized presidential election... Read more »
Utah lawmakers will need to consider imposing a standard sales tax on gasoline, raising the gas tax, increasing fees for public transportation users or some combination of those measures in order... Read more »
America's population is now increasing a bit faster thanks to an improving economy, but not enough to lift growth above its lowest level since the Great Depression. Read more »
The ranks of America's poor edged up last year to a high of 49.7 million, based on a new census measure that takes into account medical costs and work-related expenses. Read more »
Their lives on hold for years, young adults are now making big moves in the fledgling economic recovery, leaving college towns or parents' homes and heading out of state at the highest rate since... Read more »
The U.S. economy is showing signs of finally bottoming out: Americans are on the move again after record numbers had stayed put, more young adults are leaving their parents' homes to take a chance... Read more »
Seventy-seven percent of Utahns polled by Dan Jones & Associates said they consider the state's increasing diversity as a good thing, with 38 percent describing the change as "a very good thing." Read more »
Research of growth and change in Utah, a review of education initiatives, employment trends and the religious makeup of the state provide a glimpse of where the state currently stands and what... Read more »
In our opinion: 'Coming to our Census' series takes needed, critical look at issues posed by Utah's changing demographics
Our "Coming to our Census" series effectively adopts the spirit of 18th-century statesman Edmund Burke's intergenerational compact by challenging the Utahns of today to consider how to fulfill... Read more »
Dozens of new records and image collections for more than 20 countries are now online according to a news release. Read more »
For the first time, the influx of Asians moving to the U.S. has surpassed that of Hispanics, reflecting a slowdown in illegal immigration while American employers increase their demand for... Read more »
The number of dads staying home with the kids, while still small, has more than doubled in the last decade, according to U.S. Census data. It's up from 1.6 percent in 2001 to 3.4 percent last year. Read more »
For the first time, racial and ethnic minorities make up more than half the children born in the U.S., capping decades of heady immigration growth that is now slowing. Read more »
Census data released Thursday show 3 in 10 Americans 25 or over held at least a bachelor's degree in 2011. The reports also showed various groups gaining ground as well as persistent education and... Read more »
When the 2010 census asked people to classify themselves by race, more than 21.7 million — at least 1 in 14 — went beyond the standard labels and wrote in such terms as "Arab,"... Read more »
WASHINGTON — America's population center is edging away from the Midwest, pulled by Hispanic growth in the Southwest, according to census figures. The historic shift is changing the nation's politics and even the traditional... Read more »
America's blacks voted at a higher rate than other minority groups in 2012 and by most measures surpassed the white turnout for the first time, reflecting a deeply polarized presidential election in which blacks strongly supported... Read more »
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