The review of census data finds that at age 26, most people live within 100 miles of where they grew up. Part of the reason? Money.
A new state policy threatens families and doctors who provide gender-affirming medical care.
Homeownership was already out of reach for many young Australians. Then the pandemic hit.
What happened wasn't migration, it was mobility.
In Spokane, Washington’s hot rental market, finding an affordable home is “like a full time job” said Spokane Valley resident Kali Capps.
We’re talking anywhere from $2,000 to $20,000, plus park passes or camping equipment to sweeten the deal.
Bidding wars to rent? One would-be renter says that's going on in Houston, Texas.
Cities in the South and Southwest were already growing, but the pandemic accelerated the trend.
Migration patterns could change in a work-from-home world brought on by the pandemic.