by Carimah Townes Apr 20, 2016
"This settlement will require the Census Bureau to replace its arbitrary and racially discriminatory use of criminal records..."
by Alan Pyke Jul 1, 2014
The 1990s saw a drop in the share of the population living in neighborhoods with poverty rates above 20 percent, but that progress has been reversed.
by Will Freeman Jun 19, 2014
Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) recently filed an amendment that would require the Census to interrogate Americans about their immigration status -- a move that could radically change congressional apportionment and undermine the accuracy of the census.
by Igor Volsky Apr 16, 2014
Far from obscuring the effects of Obamacare, the Census changes could provide a more precise measurement for how many people actually benefited from reform.
by Sy Mukherjee Sep 17, 2013
Race, income level, and age are all critical factors that determine which Americans are uninsured and which are not.
by Alan Pyke Sep 17, 2013
Government benefits keep 40 million people out of poverty each year.
by Marina Fang - Guest Contributor Jul 30, 2013
A new report sheds more light on the high rates of poverty among college students.
by Ruy Teixeira - Guest Contributor May 16, 2013
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 16, 2013
by Zack Ford Feb 15, 2013