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Using US Census data, we found metro areas with the most negative net migration between 2010 and 2018. Lots of people are leaving Flint, Michigan.
America is much different from what it was in 2001. Here are some of the main ways the country's population and systems have changed.
According to a recent data release from the US Census Bureau, counties in the South and West tended to have more people move in than move out.
Birth rates are at an all-time low in the US, and experts fear it could turn the country into a ‘demographic time bomb’
With fewer births, there may not be enough young people to economically support older generations who continue to live longer and longer.
We went inside Border Patrol boot camp and found out why the agency may not be prepared to work in detention centers or take care of children
While agents are trained on law enforcement duties at the Border Patrol Academy, they're not being prepared to handle migrants at detention centers.
Tapestry CEO Victor Luis told his teenagers that Africa is "probably what they're going to be focused on for the next 20 to 40 years."
Parts of the far Northeast, Appalachia, Florida, and the upper Midwest have seen many more deaths than births.
Suburban counties around big southern metropolitan areas grew quickly.
Millennials are about to overtake Baby Boomers as the largest adult generation — and it could drastically alter the US housing market
Growth in the rental market could outpace that of homeownership over the next decade as Baby Boomers age and look to sell their homes.
There are more people older than 65 than younger than 5 for the first time — here’s how that’s changing the world
The age distribution of the world's population has never been so extreme, a new analysis from Deutsche Bank shows.