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Sun SentinelAlmost half of South Florida's children are growing up in or near poverty, a new study shows. More than half a million kids under 18 in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties live in low-income households that earn up to 200 percent of the...
email@example.comFRANKFORT — The Kentucky House is moving ahead with plans that could change how area voters are represented in state government, but leaders in the Senate are still content to put off legislative redistricting until 2014. Democratic House...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Martinsburg Police Department’s roster has swelled from 29 to 50 officers, and calls for their service also have increased after a voter-approved police levy went into effect in 1990, according to city records. The levy, which has provided...
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The jury is still out as to whether the extreme drought conditions that continue to grip more than half of the country are the result of global climate change, but the majority of scientists do believe that a major shift in weather around the world is...
Shark week, step aside. This is a story about shark year. In 2012, officials recorded 53 shark attacks in the U.S., making it the year with the most attacks since 2000, according to the University of Florida’s International Shark Attack File...
Tags: Demographics, Animal Attacks
Hunger. Environmental degradation. Political instability. These were among the consequences of rapid global population growth documented in a five-part series in The Times in July. Now, Opinion has invited leading scholars to consider what, if anything,...
There is good and bad news for women, according to the Census Bureau. They still face various forms of discrimination, including earning less than their male counterparts, but they might have some measure of revenge by living longer. In a report...
Tags: Demographics, 2010 Census
It can seem like infertility is on the rise, especially in developed countries as women wait longer to start families. But according to a new analysis of 277 surveys, conducted by researchers at the World Health Organization and other institutions,...
Pennsylvania's farmers and ranchers will soon have the opportunity to make a positive impact on their communities by taking part in the 2012 Census of Agriculture. Conducted every five years by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National...
If you're a farmer -- or if the U.S. Department of Agriculture thinks you might be one -- you'll soon be getting a questionnaire in the mail. The 2012 Census of Agriculture is being mailed to farmers nationwide. Conducted every five years, the Census...
The Eastern Panhandle gained two seats in the House of Delegates, thanks to its population growth. Some lawmakers and political observers, however, said the region still faces challenges in increasing its political influence. Del. Craig Blair, who...
WASHINGTON -- As a new Congress convenes, it has become an unquestioned truth among Republicans that their party has as much of a mandate as President Obama because voters returned them to power in the House. The mantra has been intoned by John Boehner,...
Tags: Demographics, Politics, U.S. Congress, 2010 Census, Paul Ryan
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