WASHINGTON - Young adults with college degrees are now more likely to be married than those who are less educated, a reversal of longtime trends as the struggling economy pushes weddings to all-time lows.
SAN FRANCISCO - It's not hard to figure out that stocking school vending machines with sugary sodas and salty, fatty snacks is a bad idea.
WASHINGTON - They can't get citizenship or in-state tuition rates, so they're taking the next steps - the Capitol and White House steps, that is.
WASHINGTON - A swell in temporary government hiring for the census drove almost all the job market's gains last month - a huge disappointment to Wall Street and a sign that private employers aren't yet confident enough in the recovery to start adding workers with gusto.
WASHINGTON - Americans are on the move again, after years of staying put.
- Study: Older, unmarried, educated moms on rise
- Census says women equal to men in advanced degrees
- Census: Women equal to men in advanced degrees
- 'Patty Duke Show' cast reunites for ad
- Census campaign targets tech-savvy Hispanic youth
- Universities push to get students in Census 2010
- US colleges court Hispanic families using espanol
- A look at Obama's 2011 budget for govt agencies
- Report: More men get economic boost from marriage
- Bill for in-state tuition for NJ immigrants fails