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The economics of the "Avengers" universe

by Janet Nguyen Apr 25, 2019
The events of the last “Avengers” film could have dramatic economic consequences.
The cast and crew of "Avengers: Infinity War" attend the Los Angeles premiere. 

 
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For many businesses, good census data is the benchmark

by Jack Stewart Apr 22, 2019
What happens when the numbers aren't accurate?
Forms for Census 2010 are displayed during an event to promote the census on April 1, 2010 in Washington, DC.
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The fastest—and slowest—growing counties in the U.S.

by Janet Nguyen Apr 19, 2019
Counties in Texas, North Dakota and Florida are experiencing a high rate of population growth.
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Texas leads way in population growth

by Andy Uhler Apr 18, 2019
Strong economy and a lower cost of living are contributing to the increase in the Lone Star State.
A fan waves a Texas state flag while the Texas Rangers play.
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Fertility and the economy

Americans are having fewer babies, and it might have to do with the economy

by , and Jan 22, 2019
Since the Great Recession hit in late 2007, fertility rates have been declining in the United States. A recent CDC study helps make the link between fertility and the economy.
"We know there's a link between the economy and fertility," says Gretchen Livingston of the Pew Research Center. "But at the same time you know by many measures the economy has recovered and fertility has not."
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The census adds a citizenship question for the first time since 1950

by Reema Khrais Mar 27, 2018
Every 10 years, the government takes an accounting of us. Ideally, every one of us. And that population count — the U.S. Census — determines a lot of things, like how many seats your state has in the House of…

Shanghai caps population to combat "big city diseases"

by Jennifer Pak Jan 17, 2018
China's Cabinet has decreed that the city's population should be 25 million — barely more than it is today.
Two out of five residents in Shanghai are migrants, who mainly take up the jobs others don't want. The government is trying to stop migrants from poorer regions from flooding megacities.
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Erie's population bolstered by immigrants

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 19, 2017
But there are fears about what Donald Trump's policies could mean for new arrivals.
Bassam Dabbah is one of Erie's residents who immigrated from Jordan. Dabbah is now a proud American citizen.
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Final Note

Inside the CIA's crystal ball for 2015

by David Gura Jan 1, 2015
In 2000, the CIA made 70 pages worth of predictions for 2015. They didn't get everything right.
Final Note

Math nerds will love today's U.S. population number

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 14, 2012
Shortly after 2:29 this afternoon Eastern Daylight Time, the U.S. population clock hit 314,159,265.