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Cool Map Thing: Mapping Los Angeles's Lowest-in-the-Country Homeownership

Greater Los Angeles has the lowest rate of homeownership of all the major metropolitan areas in the US and the highest renter rate. New data released this week by the US Census bureau revealed that just 48.5 percent of...

Yes, We Live in a Place Called the World

In the year 2043, the United States will hit a milestone: People of color will surpass the white majority for the first time according to the Census Bureau. Leading up to that moment, we are guaranteed to see a tremendous push and pull between the status quo and movements for change. Show More Summary

Median Household Income Trends: Wisconsin vs. Minnesota

No surprise, Minnesota beats Wisconsin, again. Some individuals have touted trends in Wisconsin’s median household income relative to Minnesota and the Nation. The Census Bureau warns researchers from doing intertemporal comparisons using the standard series (e.g., on FRED), given data breaks due to different methods of interpolation. Show More Summary

HVS: Q2 2015 Homeownership and Vacancy Rates

The Census Bureau released the Residential Vacancies and Homeownership report for Q2 2015. This report is frequently mentioned by analysts and the media to track household formation, the homeownership rate, and the homeowner and rental vacancy rates. Show More Summary

The US rental market is on fire (XHB)

The US rental market is on fire.  On Tuesday morning we got the latest report on rental and homeowner vacancies from the Census Bureau, which showed that rents are soaring and vacancies in the US have plummeted to their lowest levelShow More Summary

Here's each US state's most important international trading partner

International trade is a big part of America's economy, and a factor in each of the fifty state economies that constitute it. The Census Bureau publishes annual figures on each state's international trade. In addition to the top 25 goods...Show More Summary

The US government just revealed how Anonymous hackers stole its data

The US Census Bureau has released fresh details how a group of hackers managed to break into its systems. The hack was mounted by a group operating under the Anonymous banner on July 24. More than 4,200 people's data are thought to have been compromised. Show More Summary

New home sales down from May but still up from 2014

New single-family home sales in June hit a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 482,000. According to estimates from U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, this figure represents a 6.8 percent decline compared to May’s rate of 517,000. June’s rate, however, is 18.1 percent above estimates from 12 months ago...

Anonymous Hackers: Census Bureau Breached By Hacker Group

Hackers linked to the group Anonymous are claiming that they have successfully hacked the United States Census Bureau. The Census Bureau is the latest United States government office to be breached through hacking. Anonymous claims that sensitive data from 4,200 Census Bureau workers was obtained. Show More Summary

Census Bureau Hacked By Anonymous

Anonymous, the hacktivist group, claimed that it had hacked the United States Census Bureau. The group also claimed that some of the personal information they had in possession ended up being posted online. On Friday, the Census Bureau,...Show More Summary

Security News This Week: Anonymous Hacks the Census Bureau

Every weekend, WIRED rounds up the security vulnerabilities and privacy updates that deserve your attention. The post Security News This Week: Anonymous Hacks the Census Bureau appeared first on WIRED.

Anonymous Claims Responsibility for Census Bureau Hack

The hacking collective Anonymous says it is responsible for a breach of the United States Census Bureau's non-confidential networks. The group tweeted about the attack on Wednesday and began posting links to troves of data and documents...Show More Summary

Hackers group: We breached U.S. Census Bureau database

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The group "Anonymous" says it released information on thousands of Census employees in an apparent bid to disrupt trade negotiations

New Home Sales decreased to 482,000 Annual Rate in June

The Census Bureau reports New Home Sales in June were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 482 thousand. The previous three months were revised down by a total of 49 thousand (SA)."Sales of new single-family houses in June 2015 were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 482,000, according to estimates released jointly today by the U.S. Show More Summary

New home sales plunge to a 7-month low (ITB, XHB, PKB, HOMX, FLM)

New home sales plunged in June. According to the Census Bureau, sales of newly constructed homes fell 6.8% month-over-month at an annual rate of 482,000, the lowest level since November. Economists had estimated that new home sales grew...Show More Summary

It looks like the US government just got hacked again – and this time Anonymous is claiming responsibility

A group of hackers claims it has successfully hacked the US Census Bureau, compromising over 4,200 workers’ data in the process. The hackers claim to be part of the loose-knit Anonymous hacktivist collective. Anonymous is a collective brand used by fragmented groups of hackers. Show More Summary

Goldman FOMC Preview

Friday:• At 10:00 AM ET, 10:00 AM: New Home Sales for June from the Census Bureau. The consensus is for an increase in sales to 550 thousand Seasonally Adjusted Annual Rate (SAAR) in June from 546 thousand in May.A few excerpts fromShow More Summary

The Texas border city where Donald Trump just spoke has an overwhelmingly Latino population

Real-estate magnate and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump traveled on Thursday to the Texas border city of Laredo, a city whose population is overwhelmingly Latino. Based on the US Census Bureau's 2009-2013 American Community Survey 5-year estimates, the city's residents overwhelmingly identify as Hispanic or Latino, with Mexican origins. Show More Summary

Selma Is Now: Voting Dropped Nearly 50 Percent As New Policy Keeps The Poor From The Polls

The Census Bureau released data this week that details the voter turnout in the 2014 election and the numbers are frightening for many reasons. In last year’s election, only 41.9 percent of the voting age population came out to the

How millennials live, in 4 charts

Nearly a third of millennials still live with their parents, and about four in 10 older millennials live with children, according to Census Bureau data released this week. Millennials — the oft-marketed-to generation of 18- to 34-year-olds — make up a third of the labor force, and they're a generation in transition. Show More Summary

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