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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • Chicago Latino aldermen want more City Council seats

    Chicago Latino aldermen want more City Council seats
    The leader of the Chicago City Council’s Latino Caucus said today that four more wards should have Latino supermajorities, an announcement that came as the council nears a deadline for redrawing the city’s wards. The city should have 14...
  • Latino aldermen press for ward remap deal

    Latino aldermen press for ward remap deal
    Members of the City Council's Latino Caucus today say they will submit their own plan to redraw Chicago's wards Thursday if last-ditch negotiations fail to achieve a compromise agreeable to them and groups of white and African-American aldermen. After...
  • Chicago's population drops 200,000

    Chicago's population drops 200,000
    Chicago lost a hefty 200,000 residents in the last decade, most of them African-Americans, while suburban counties grew dramatically in numbers and diversity, according to 2010 census data released Tuesday. People continued to spread out far from the...
  • Many say L.A. is safer 20 years after 1992 riots, poll finds

    Many say L.A. is safer 20 years after 1992 riots, poll finds
    Nearly 20 years after Los Angeles was shaken by one of the worst outbreaks of civil unrest in U.S. history, residents say the city is safer and relations between its racial and ethnic groups are significantly better than they were in 1992. Most also...
  • O.C. jailer who took iPad, other bribes gets 2 years in prison

     
    Jose Alday, 33, of Santa Ana was sentenced to two years in state prison and ordered to pay $3,000 in restitution after he pleaded guilty to taking bribes that included money and an iPad to allow visitors into the jail to see an inmate without being...
  • L.A. council committee delays vote on zoning for Hollywood

     
    A key L.A. city planning committee put off a vote on a controversial plan to bring denser development to parts of Hollywood....
  • U.S. Asian population rises 45% from 2000 to 2010

     
    The nation's Asian population grew faster than any other racial or ethnic group in the last 10 years, a new Census Bureau report shows. Asian Americans nearly doubled their numbers nationwide between 2000 and 2010, to 17.3 million people. California is...
  • Palm Beach County's 5 hottest political races

     
    Democrats and Republicans, political operatives and elected officials, Broward and Palm Beach county residents all agree: In the South Florida battleground of white-hot 2012 election contests, none is hotter than the showdown between two incumbent state...
  • Quietly, America's Election Day becomes Election Month -- and you're in it right now

     
    Early voting is fundamentally changing the way Americans cast their ballot -- and the way candidates campaign....
  • Strangely enough for a Democrat in 2010, Obama's in a pretty good political position right now

     
    Of course, that can change very quickly if the economy does not recover. For now, it's his party that will likely take a Nov. 2 beating....
  • Amendments 5&6: The Haves (GOP) vs. the Havenots (Dems)

     
    Not surprisingly, the people who most want Florida voters to restrict gerrymandering of Legislative and Congressional districts are the ones who usually can't ever get elected — Democrats. And the ones who most want Florida voters to reject...
  • Is Tuesday looking so bad that even Dennis Kucinich is an endangered species?

     
    Democrat Dennis Kucinich faces strong political headwinds in his bid for an eighth House term....