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Panel strikes down Indianapolis redistricting plan

A panel of judges has struck down a City-County Council plan for redistricting.Full story

Lester: Cheerios and fear of a black planet

A recent General Mills Cheerios commercial has reminded us Americans (and those in other parts of the world) that race still causes severe social and political upset in 2013. A 30-second YouTube commercial featuring a young biracial child interacting with her white mother and black father has creat Full story

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Mission, Kan., has 9,467 people, according to the latest Census data. Full story

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US white population at historic low

Census report shows multiracial and minority population growing fastest

Census finds 15 percent fewer foreigners in Germany than thought

Immigration to outpace U.S. population growth from births soon: Census

One in five Canadians are born abroad, survey shows

Demographer casts doubt on historic black voter turnout finding

States moved beyond budget crises in 2012: Census

2020 US Census expected to move online, catch up with 2010

Public pension holdings highest since 2007: Census

U.S. state, local tax revenues continue to rise in fourth quarter: Census

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  US marriage rate hits historic low

According to the US census, marriage rates in America are at the lowest point in more than a century. The analysis cites the recession, cultural changes and cohabitation as contributing factors.

  What gerrymandering means for 2014

If you’re wondering how the House came to be this way, look no further than the congressional district map. Guest host Luke Russert discusses what gerrymandered congressional districts mean for democracy going forward.

  GOP takes new anti-data position aimed at Census Bureau

Melissa Harris-Perry talks about the GOP’s new anti-data position – as Republicans propose new legislation to limit the amount of information the Census Bureau may collect.

  Want to live longer? It helps to be a woman

About 80 percent of all people 100 or older are women, according to the latest census numbers. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Fragile mountain gorilla population is rising 

A new census report reveals that the number of endangered mountain gorillas living in Uganda has increased from 340 to 400 in the past five years. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

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