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The 12 Texas cities everyone in the country is moving to

Texas' largest cities were at the top of the list, as well as Midland, a major hub of the fracking boom.

The 15 Florida cities everyone in the country is moving to

Using data from the Census Bureau, we found the metro areas in the Sunshine State with the highest net domestic migration between 2010 and 2018.
Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks at a campaign rally in Dover, New Hampshire, on September 1, 2019.

Bernie Sanders said birth control can help fight climate change. Here’s why it’s such a thorny issue.

Bernie Sanders caused a stir at the CNN climate change town hall after saying reproductive rights and birth control could help fight climate change.

Opinion: There’s a real economic divide in the US, and it’s not the gap between the South and the rest of the country

The Wall Street Journal published a piece arguing that the South is falling behind the rest of the US. But the data doesn't support the idea.

Here are the fastest growing and shrinking counties in America

Suburban counties around big southern metropolitan areas grew quickly.

Malaysian men still outnumbered women by 1 million in Q4 last year – and fewer babies were born

There were approximately 16.8 million males, and only 15.8 million females in Malaysia in Q4 last year.
Austin, Texas, showed the greatest five-year growth in population and housing.

The 35 cities in the US with the biggest influx of people, the most work opportunities, and the hottest business growth

MagnifyMoney looked at the 100 largest US metros to determine up-and-coming cities where population and housing, workforce and employment opportunities, and business are booming. The top cities include Austin, Nashville, and Denver.

A top Japanese politician called people ‘selfish’ for opting not to have kids

A top Japanese lawmaker called people who opt not to have kids "selfish," amid Japan's demographic time bomb which has sent birth rates plummeting. The country's birth rate is hovering at 1.4, nearly half of what it was in the 1970s, and it's projected to continue declining.

Mesmerizing aerial images show the growth of cities like Beijing and Las Vegas over the last 3 decades

By 2030, the United Nations predicts that cities will house 60% of people globally, and one in every three people will live in cities with at least half a million inhabitants. NASA satellites have visualized this growth through its Landsat program.
The world has seen plenty of innovations in the past 20 years.

11 dramatic ways the world has changed in the last 20 years alone

Progress and innovation over the past 20 years alone have changed the world in countless ways, from technology, to politics, to global demographics.