Suburbs are more racially and economically diverse than ever, making them key battlegrounds for the election.
So far, Trump and Biden are spending money on Facebook and Instagram at roughly the same rate as Trump and Hillary Clinton did during 2016.
Americans 65 and older are living longer. The change toward longer old age in the U.S. will have profound effects on health care needs, families and what it means to be old.
Getting the real answers on health gaps requires a deep dive into the demographics.
Asian Americans were engaged in an electoral realignment long before Kamala Harris was added to the 2020 Democratic ticket.
Eventually, mortality rates from COVID-19 will fall as the proportion of people who have had the disease rises.
Africa is far from having an ageing farming population. What is missing is a critical mass of skilled, young farmers with access to finance who could drive productivity in farming.
An accurate census requires good data in and good data out. With the 2020 census, the US has unprecedented challenges with both.
There is a large and widening gap between the richest and poorest Australians in terms of risk of dying before the age of 75, according to a study tracking the trend from 2006-16.
Service workers are some of the most at risk of both the coronavirus and financial woes.
Long before coronavirus hit Australia we were moving less between states and regions. Some worry about economic impacts, but a greater concern is inequality if some people find themselves 'trapped'.
The number of births in the United States have been falling for the last three decades, reaching their lowest number in 32 years.
A scholar disproves the long-held assumption that black names are a recent phenomenon.
While the state of Texas says it is taking over the Houston school system in the name of school improvement, an expert argues the move is motivated by racism and political power struggles.
By 2050, the majority of Americans will not be white. That future is already on its way here – just look at the demographics of kids ages 10 and under.
The number of old people will increase, while the proportion of white Americans will continue to fall.
Black Americans who grow up in racially segregated areas tend to have worse health, education and future economic prospects. Moving out can make a big difference.
Over the last 35 years, the number of Americans who have moved has steadily declined to nearly half of their previous levels.
If you're craving that freshly-cut tree smell, shop early and don't be too choosy.
As more people of color move to the suburbs, they might not find the full range of opportunities that white European ethnic groups did for most of the previous century.