Detroit Is Largest City to Challenge 2020 Census Numbers
Majority-Black Detroit has become the largest city to challenge its figures from the 2020 census following a national head count in which the U.S. Census Bureau acknowledges African Americans were undercounted
Black, Hispanic, Indigenous People Were Undercounted in 2020 Census
The 2020 census missed an unexpectedly small percentage of the total U.S. population given the unprecedented challenges it faced
These Small Businesses Have Survived the Pandemic Despite Being Rejected for PPP Loans. Here's How They Did It
After their Paycheck Protection Program loan applications were rejected, some small business owners got creative to stay afloat during the Covid pandemic.
Let the Challenges Begin! Time for Contesting Census Is Here
The U.S. Census Bureau has begun accepting challenges from states, cities and tribal nations that want to contest the results of the 2020 census
US Population Growth at Lowest Rate in Pandemic's 1st Year
U.S. population growth dipped to its lowest rate since the nation’s founding during the first year of the pandemic
First Person of Color Confirmed as Next Census Bureau Leader
The Senate has confirmed Robert Santos as the next U.S. Census Bureau director
Mayor Janey Planning to Challenge Boston's Census Count
Mayor Kim Janey announced Friday that she is planning to challenge Boston’s 2020 Census count. She said the city sent a letter to the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday announcing the city’s intentions based on research by the Boston Planning and Development Agency that showed the population count of 675,647 likely omitted significant portions of the city’s college student...