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How much have prices increased over the past year? It depends on where you live.
Inflation's been running hotter in areas that people have been moving into — and cooler where they're moving out.
Is a growing middle class the real key to economic growth?
Ideas are a key ingredient for economic growth. And to generate new ideas, you need … more people.
Arizona grapples with balancing growth and a limited water supply
On of the state's major sources of water, the Colorado River, has fallen to historic lows.
Chinese citizens greet new 3-child policy with humor
Women in China have taken to social media to push back against having one more child.
China's 3-child policy met with tepid public reception
There's skepticism about whether the policy change will actually address China's shrinking workforce and older population.
How serious is our declining population growth problem?
The implications of a shrinking population on our economic growth are potentially big, but Marketplace senior economic contributor Chris Farrell thinks there's some solutions to tap.
Slow U.S. population growth stiffens economic headwinds
Retirees are living longer, the working-age population is shrinking and birthrates are down in the U.S.
Will economic growth always rely on population growth?
In theory, the ingredients of economic growth are capital and investment. In practice, not so much.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on affordable housing and job creation
The city is working closely with big business.
The fastest—and slowest—growing counties in the U.S.
Counties in Texas, North Dakota and Florida are experiencing a high rate of population growth.