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New research says men change their spending habits when they outnumber women.
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The metros where new American citizens live now.
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According to an American Planning Association poll, Americans want sidewalks, transit, and locally owned businesses.
What changes in the white population share can and can't tell us.
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Cities might not want to question the nation's people counters.
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Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have been getting most of their campaign contributions from the same place: the monied ‘burbs.
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