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Did you get paid today? A new study by an economist at Notre Dame found people are more likely to die on or shortly after payday! William Evans says traffic deaths, heart attacks and increased drug abuse are among the most common causes of an increase in...
Fatherhood may be a kick in the old testosterone, but it may also help keep a man alive. New research suggests that dads are a little less likely to die of heart-related problems than childless men are. The study — by the AARP, the government and...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSeventy-three percent of Indiana businesses are concerned about the “brain drain,” or the number of top young talent who leave Indiana, according to a recent Indiana Business Council Survey. “A lot of people might not agree with me, but...
Associated Press ReportersWASHINGTON (AP) — The ranks of America's poorest poor have climbed to a record high — 1 in 15 people — spread widely across metropolitan areas as the housing bust pushed many inner-city poor into suburbs and other outlying places and...
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The wealth gaps between whites and minorities have grown to their widest levels in a quarter-century. The recession and uneven recovery have erased decades of minority gains, leaving whites on average with 20 times the net worth of...
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The number of gay and lesbian households in Indiana jumped 61 percent during the past decade, and about a quarter of those same-sex couples are raising children, new U.S. Census Bureau figures show. The data released Thursday...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Census figures show Indiana residents haven't been using moving trucks much lately. A report from the U.S. Census Bureau says nearly 98 percent of Indiana residents stayed in the state from 2009 to 2010. More than 5.4 million of...
WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time, minorities make up a majority of babies in the U.S., part of a sweeping race change and a growing age divide between mostly white, older Americans and predominantly minority youths that could reshape...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It seems like such a quaint notion: Folks would go to the movie theater, buy their tickets at the box office, then sit down, shut up and pay attention for two hours to what was on the screen. Now, the piercing glow of cell phones...
DETROIT (AP) — The city of Dearborn is nationally known as the home of Ford Motor Co., the Henry Ford museum and one of the country's most concentrated Middle Eastern communities. Now it can boast of bucking a trend that saw Detroit and most other...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterChris and Justine Blad liked their "starter" home in Mishawaka's Rosewood subdivision, but when their son, Garrett, was born in 2008, they looked to upgrade. They wanted, among other things, a finished basement, a larger yard, and more neighbors with...
Associated PressTRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -- As Michigan's population shrinks, it's also becoming more racially diverse. Census data released this week show that the number of Hispanic and Asian residents in Michigan increased by more than one-third over the past decade,...
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