In the wake of Obama's resounding victory, many people in the GOP base refuse to accept the election results. So what happens if the GOP's fear of change persists even in the face of overwhelming evidence that American society is becoming a multilingual and multicultural?
Though we might like to think that our roles as men and women have become fluid enough to swap Mom for Dad and vice versa, I'm not sure it's quite that easy.
Sen. Rand Paul wants to limit government and get us to take more responsibility for ourselves. If you live in a neighborhood with many vulnerable older people, will you or the local churches or synagogues step into the caregiving role?
If there's one number that you need to know it's that in 2012, Latinos constitute 26 percent of the state's population. Latino Decisions estimates that Latinos will comprise 15 percent of Nevada's registered voters by the 2012 general elections.
Election Day can be a significant milestone in new American participation, but the road to that important event is paved with strong commitment and targeted resources that help our country's newest citizens understand their rights.
How did a quarter million same-sex couples suddenly disappear? And why are there so many married same-sex couples living in states where they can't get married?
Instead of ignoring, trying to contain or discourage the emerging era of unmarried America, our nation's political and economic leaders need to recognize it is in their own vested interest to respond to the needs and concerns of unmarried and single Americans
At this critical juncture, policymakers must avoid reducing the national debt on the backs of working families.
The number of Americans living in poverty jumped to a historic high this year according to new data released today by the Census Bureau. Bearing th...
The Census Bureau projects by 2050, Whites will constitute the slimmest majority in the country as a whole.
There are eight million stories in the Naked City -- or 8,175,133, to be more precise, according to recently released U.S. Census Bureau figures. NY...
By Catherine A. Traywick, Media Consortium blogger Newly released census figures show that the Latino population in the United States surged by 43 per...
New York's official 2010 Census results came in yesterday far below expectations, stumping politicians and city planners alike.
New Census data confirms what we've been seeing for some time now: America has a new face. Latinos are now more than 50 million strong and represent ...
The Pew center asked U.S. Hispanics who they considered the "most important Latino leader in the country today." Two-thirds of respondents said they did not know. Why is that?
According to the official government numbers, Latinos are driving as much as half the growth of the entire U.S. population, surpassing original estimates.