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2010 Census

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Top 2010 Census Articles

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  • American Indians in Chicago struggle to preserve identity, culture and history

    American Indians in Chicago struggle to preserve identity, culture and history
    Susan Kelly Power was 17 when she boarded a train to Chicago, a place that seemed a world away from the Indian reservation she grew up on in North and South Dakota. In the 70 years since she left her family's home on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation,...
  • Need a job? Seek out a woman-owned business

    Perhaps you've been looking for a boss of the wrong gender. If you're unemployed, focusing on a woman-owned business might yield results. Florida ranks 4th among 50 states in its number of women-owned businesses -- the same ranking it occupied in 1997,...
  • 2010 Census: Children less than 5 years old

    2010 Census: Children less than 5 years old
  • Same-sex households skyrocket in Illinois

    Same-sex households skyrocket in Illinois
    The number of gay and lesbian households in Illinois jumped dramatically over the last decade, in part a reflection of societal changes that have made it easier for couples to be open about being in a same-sex relationship. In Illinois, the number of...
  • Florida ranks in top 10 of states with high diabetes rates

    Florida ranks in top 10 of states with high diabetes rates
    One in 10 Floridians has diabetes, a "disturbing" trend revealed in the nation's fat report last week. Though Florida ranks as the 29th-most-obese state in the country, the Sunshine State is No. 10 for diabetes. It's a distinction that comes with a...
  • Chicago dog licenses up after crackdown warning

    Chicago dog licenses up after crackdown warning
    Chicago dog owners are suddenly showing signs of obedience in the wake of the city's promised crackdown on unlicensed pooches. About 2,200 dog licenses have been purchased since City Hall’s animal control chief put out the word last month that...
  • Tips for the single, dating dad

    Tips for the single, dating dad
    As a single dad wading back into the dating pool, Daniel Ruyter was surprised how many women lost interest when he revealed, always in the first conversation, that he had a son. "At first I took it personally," said the Orlando, Fla., information...
  • What will Florida nuclear power plants learn from Japan?

    What will Florida nuclear power plants learn from Japan?
    As federal regulators continue to look for lessons from Japan's nuclear disaster, critics are pleading for changes in three key nuclear emergency areas. It matters to Floridians because the state has five reactors, four of which are slated to expand,...
  • 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...
  • Marriage? Let me think about it

    Marriage? Let me think about it
    At 36, Kristy Litz has watched most of her girlfriends marry and alight to the suburbs to start families. But marriage is nowhere on Litz's agenda. She wants children, and ideally a partner, but she has seen enough people divorce that she doesn't see the...