By Matt Connolly | 06/13/13 08:15 PM
The Washington Examiner ended local news coverage Friday, leaving behind an eight-year legacy of public service and watchdog journalism. Readers will remember the print edition for its aggressive coverage of crime and transportation issues, its local and regional enterprise stories and its...
By Matt Connolly | 06/13/13 01:50 AM
The Washington region is gaining minorities at an even faster rate than the rapidly diversifying nation, according to census data releasedThursday, with Asian immigrants and Hispanic families leading the way. The District saw a 14.6 percent increase in its Hispanic population from 2010 to...
By Matt Connolly | 06/13/13 01:45 AM
The District has a higher percentage of female residents than any of the 50 states, according to census data released Thursday. About 52.3 percent of D.C. residents are female, just outpacing Rhode Island and Maryland at 51.6 percent each, according to census data. Alaska, at the other...
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