Who's afraid of nuclear power? Not the American people, judging by where they choose to live. Full story
The Wyoming town of Lost Springs can finally count on the Census to get its population correct: Four, not one. Full story
Elsie Eiler is the most admired person in Monowi, Neb. She is also the smartest, wealthiest, best-looking and youngest. Full story
A Hardball panel talks about the 2012 electorate and the highlights from the latest Census data.
Even though the country elected its first African-American president, an analysis of new U.S. census data shows the segregation evident among Americans. Author Earl Ofari Hutchinson discusses.
Brookings Institution demographer William Frey discusses Census 2010 data supporting a recent African American shift from city to suburban living.
Iran's parliament calls for death of protest leaders; Lara Logan hospitalized after assault; Food costs reaches crisis proportions; Obama defends budget; Berlosconi to stand trial amid sex scandal; Sexual assault victims sue Pentagon; Census: Blacks head South in record numbers; Obama honors Medal o
The first results from the 2010 Census show a country growing at the slowest pace since the Great Depression, and more Americans flocking to the South and Southwest, NBC's Tom Costello reports on the social and political implications of the numbers.
A street sign showing Detroit's city limits is shown near where a former Chrysler McGraw glass plant was torn down along Ford Road in Detroit, Tuesday, March 22, 2011. Hammered by the automobile industry's decline, Detroit's population plummeted 25 percent over the past decade amid an economic downt
Traffic passes over the Colorado River near downtown Austin, Texas, Wednesday afternoon, May 22, 2002. It is the busiest six-lane section of highway in the state. From 1990 to 2000, the average daily traffic count at that point increased by some 40,000 vehicles to about 201,000 vehicles. Census 2