WAP2000051601 - 16 MAY 2000- WASHINGTON, D.C. USA: Census Bureau director Dr. Kenneth Prewitt speaks at a press conference in Washington May 16. The census bureau reported today that one third of the houses which did not mail back a census form have been counted. mc/Mark Cowan UPI
While the recession dropped the marriage rate in the United States to historic lows, more wedding bells may soon be heard, a demographics firm projects.
Stay-at-home fathers get the lion's share of headlines, but the U.S. Census Bureau estimates fewer than 200,000 dads cared for children full-time in 2012.
UPI Almanac for Friday, June 14, 2013.
Business inventories rose modestly in April while sales slipped, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday.
Retail and food-service sales rose 0.6 percent in May to $421.1 billion, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday.
While a digital divide of Internet use persists among racial and ethnic groups, smartphones are helping bridge the divide, the U.S. Census Bureau reports.
Factory orders for U.S. manufactured goods rose 1 percent in April, rebounding from a 4.7 percent drop in March, the Commerce Department said Wednesday.
Construction spending rose slightly March to April, the U.S. Census Bureau News reported Monday.
The number of American families where the mother is the sole or primary breadwinner nearly quadrupled in a half-century, a study indicated.
The number of businesses with no paid employees rose 1.7 percent in 2011, gaining in all states except two, the U.S. Census Bureau said Thursday.