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Â The direct losses to New York and the United States from the WTC attack are incalculable. Yet, as the first anniversary comes and goes, the calculations go on apace.
Â Manhattan boomed in the 1990s. This was obvious to most New Yorkers, but now it is official. According to figures released this month from the 2000 census, the average income
A cynic -- or maybe just a careful observer of politics -- might see the last half century of New York's history as one long and varied effort to make
The latest data from Census 2000 paints a picture of changing New York City that is stunning, exciting and in some ways disturbing.
There are more foreign-born New Yorkers than at
Â Last year, when the count from the 2000 U.S. Census revealed that
there were eight million people living in New York City, many
demographers were shocked. The number was almost 600,000 more
Â It such an accepted fact that the 1990's were a boom time in New York City that some New Yorkers are looking back at the decade with something close to
The direct losses to New York and the United States from the WTC attack are incalculable. Yet, as the first anniversary comes and goes, the calculations go on apace.
Last Updated (Friday, May 25, 2012 11:20 AM)
Â For all its reputation for diversity and tolerance, New York City
remains among the most segregated areas of the United States. The
pattern of segregation was set in the city as far
Â Recently, the United States Bureau of the Census posted without
fanfare a new report that estimates the number of "unauthorized and
quasi-legal migrants" Ăś people born overseas who have settled in
Â A nasty dispute recently broke out about the number of Muslims in
the United States. One study (available online in pdf
format) claims six to seven million. Funded by four