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Census: Median Age in U.S. Rises to Record High of 38

“Baby boomers, and millennials alike, are responsible for this trend in increased aging,” Cromwell said. “Boomers continue to age and are slowly outnumbering children as the birth rate has declined steadily over the last decade.”

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University of Texas Offers Tool to Forecast Graduate Earnings, Loan Debt

The University of Texas (UT) System partnered with the U.S. Census Bureau in a first-of-its-kind collaboration to create a data tool that provides a window into future earnings for college graduates through the early years of their careers as well as the loan debt they may incur.

A copy of a 2010 Census form is shown at a Census Day event. (Charlie Litchfield/Idaho Press-Tribune via AP)

Exclusive – Kobach: Bring the Citizenship Question Back to the Census

If you asked most people whether the federal government knows the number of citizens in the United States after each decennial census, they would answer yes. After all, that’s one of the main purposes of the census. Unfortunately, we don’t get that information.

United States Army veteran Sgt. Leon Brookings, celebrates the U.S. Army's 238th Birthday Celebration, Flag Day at the third anniversary of the West Los Angeles Veterans Home, Friday, June 14, 2013, in Los Angeles.

Study: Texas Cities Rank Among Best for Vets

WalletHub, the personal finance website, released its annual Veteran’s Day survey which ranks U.S. cities from best to worst places to live for former service men and women. Overall, Texas placed favorably in the rankings with several of its municipalities getting high marks.

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Five Texas Suburbs Make Fastest Growing U.S. Cities List

Texas is home to five of the fastest growing cities and towns in the nation says the U.S. Census Bureau. They released new population estimates Thursday that show explosive growth lies in the state’s suburbs. The study looked at the top 15

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Nearly 500,000 People ‘Gone to Texas,’ Says U.S. Census Bureau

The expression “Gone to Texas,” an 1800’s colloquialism popularized to mean pulling up stakes for a fresh start in life, lived up to its reputation when the U.S. Census Bureau released its latest population estimates. Nearly half a million people relocated in the Lone Star State in just one year, more than in any other state in the nation.