Census data shows fewer people are moving out of coastal urban centers, but Sun Belt states remain popular.
But how accurate are the figures, collected as the pandemic started, when some people began to relocate?
Workers from rural China came to Shanghai in search of better lives, a challenge even in good times. Then the COVID-19 lockdown hit.
While many people move away from the countryside for work, few of them are able to officially register in the cities.
Fewer Americans are hunting as a hobby, but those that are still hunting, are spending more money doing it.
Rural America, which supported Trump in the election, could be left out of water and road building investment as states and the president leverage private investment. Trump's plan offers little detail on federal spending and timing. Adding to the uncertainty, a presidential adviser has indicated that states should help themselves.
For our new series “At the Corner Of” we visit the heart of Hollywood.
GE and McDonald's are among those heading downtown in search of younger workers.
The city's efforts to alleviate poverty date back decades, with lasting effects.