The latest news on Census Bureau
The average size of newly built homes is going up again.
Economic analysis of income inequality shows the middle class have experienced healthy growth.
New numbers show that just over 65 percent of Americans currently own homes.
After 72 years, new data offers insights into the state of the country after the Great Depression on the eve of World War II.
We're adding one new person every 17 seconds.
Mover rate reaches all-time low amid struggling labor and housing markets.
New census data shows wide divide between have and have-nots.
Poverty is higher than ever, but politicians still don't give the needy the attention they deserve.
Next year's Census report may tell us more about the Affordable Care Act.
Key Democratic voting blocks are faring badly in the economy.