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Evidence is emerging that U.S. cities' population are starting to grow in numbers again, following declines during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By 2060 the American Asian population is projected to reach 46 million becoming the largest immigrant group in the United States, surpassing Hispanics.
Compared to January 2020, 34% of small businesses in America are closed. They've been one of the hardest-hit sectors since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Karan Bhatia, Vice President of Government Affairs & Public Policy at Google explains why the US and EU should join to form a Trade and Technology Council.
This research visualises the rural equivalent of heavily populated areas in America such as New York, offering a different perspective of the country.
The Biden administration pledged to cut U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 50%-52% from 2005 levels by 2030 at a climate summit.
Four academics offer their insight into the trial of Derek Chauvin and discuss the societal implications moving forward.
Female leadership across global finance has risen in recent years, with research suggesting the positive benefits of such an increase.
By employing local people as tree planters, TAZO Tree Corps hopes to address inequity and create work in low-income neighbourhoods and communities of colour.
Increasingly severe weather is causing power outages around the world. We need to reappraise our preparation and response - and the military can show the way.
Janet Yellen also pledged that restoring U.S. multilateral leadership would strengthen the global economy, while helping to advance America's interests.
Human efforts to tame the Mississippi River may have had an unintended positive effect, according to a new study: more rapid transport of carbon to the ocean.
From modernizing highways, to funding the care economy, President Biden plans to create jobs and boost America's economy with his infrastructure plan.
Pew Research Center has analyzed demographic characteristics of America's Black population in 2019 compared to the year 2000. It's growing more diverse.
Evanston has committed $10M to support Black families who suffered lasting damage from decades of discriminatory practices and could become national model.