The latest news on population
The United States grew by roughly 0.6 percent this year.
Changes in population, including aging and urbanization, could affect global carbon dioxide emissions.
From sneakers to milkshakes, Big Oil permeates our daily lives.
Declines in Europe and Africa raise worries of widespread slide.
The population has swelled by more than 2.6 million since last year.
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New analysis challenges huge assumptions about Muslim and American growth as well as U.S. policy.
Michigan and Rhode Island were the only states to lose population between July 2007 and 2008.
Two of the nation's largest air carriers—American Airlines and Delta Airlines—have canceled hundreds of flights today and tomorrow to conduct inspections of wiring bundles in various McDonnell Douglas-designed aircraft. The inspections come as the Federal Aviation Administration has become increasingly concerned about maintenance records of several top airlines.