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Clinging to ancient faith, India tribes seek religion status

GUDUTA, India ((DailyNews)) — The ritual began with a thunderous roll of leather drums, its clamor echoing through the entire village. Women dressed in...

Power balance in Congress on ballot for Pennsylvania voters

HARRISBURG, Pa. ((DailyNews)) — Three races among Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation have taken shape as some of the closer contests in the country this year...

Report: Some census takers who fudged data didn’t get fired

Some census takers who falsified information during the 2020 count didn’t have their work redone fully, weren’t fired in a timely manner and in...

US moved online, worked more from home as pandemic raged

During the first two years of the pandemic, the number of people working from home in the United States tripled, home values grew and...

House OKs bill to curb political interference with census

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — The House passed legislation Thursday intended to make it harder for future presidents to interfere with the once-a-decade census that determines...

Study: Millennials didn’t stray far from where they grew up

Growing up in mid-sized Virginia Beach, Andrew Waldholtz wanted to live in a big city so he moved to the District of Columbia for...

Sudden arena idea angers, unnerves Philadelphia’s Chinatown

PHILADELPHIA ((DailyNews)) — Wei Chen wants people who visit Philadelphia’s Chinatown to look through the community’s gateway arch and see the residents chatting in...

Secret memo links citizenship question to apportionment

Trump officials tried to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census in a move experts said would benefit Republicans despite initial doubts among...

Abortion ruling puts spotlight on gerrymandered legislatures

In overturning a half-century of nationwide legal protection for abortion, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Roe v. Wade had been wrongly decided and...

Feds taking first steps toward revising race, ethnic terms

The federal government is taking preliminary steps toward revising racial and ethnic classifications that have not been changed in a quarter century following calls...

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