Phoenix added 162,000 more residents between 2010 and 2020, according to numbers from the 2020 Census. The same figures show the state's population is getting more diverse.
The Census Bureau has issued its most detailed portrait yet of how the U.S. has changed over the past decade.
“The passing of Steven Weinberg is a loss for The University of Texas and for society,” UT President Jay Hartzell said in a statement.
According to newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau, West Virginia lost a higher percentage of its residents than any other state in the nation.
News that Arizona will not gain an additional congressional seat following the 2020 Census came as a shock to many, but the new Census numbers could have an even bigger impact beyond politics.
The U.S. Census Bureau numbers are state population counts that show how many residents each state has gained or lost over the past decade, which is used to determine congressional seats and Electoral College votes.
The Census Bureau plans to announce it will miss a year-end deadline for handing in numbers used for divvying up congressional seats.
The high court said it was too soon to rule on the legality of Trump's plan because it's not yet clear how many people he would seek to exclude and whether the division of House seats would be affected.
Census workers told The Associated Press they were pressured to do so.
Two census takers tell The Associated Press that their supervisors pressured them to enter false information into a computer system about homes they had not visited.
Both sides are informed by the experience of the 2000 election, which was ultimately decided by the Supreme Court in Bush v. Gore.
The justices signaled in their order Friday that they will hear arguments in December and issue a decision by early January, when Trump must report the once-a-decade census results to Congress.
When census numbers are counted, Arizona could gain a new congressional seat. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
The U.S. Supreme Court has stopped the once-a-decade head count of every U.S. resident from continuing through the end of October.
Sheila Valenzuela, census director for the Gila River Indian Community in Arizona, said in court papers that she had been given misleading information from the Census Bureau's Tucson office for weeks about how many households had been counted in her community.
While Republicans generally liked the district maps drawn after the 2000 Census, those drawn following the 2010 Census were regarded as more favorable to Democrats, prompting strong criticism from Republicans.
The U.S. secretary of Commerce says the 2020 census will end Oct. 5, despite a federal judge’s ruling last week that the head count of every U.S. resident should continue through the end of October, according to a tweet posted on the Census Bureau’s website Monday.
A federal judge has stopped the 2020 census from finishing at month's end and suspended a year-end deadline for delivering the numbers needed to decide how many seats each state gets in Congress.
The report by the Office of Inspector General says some agency officials suspect it was made by the White House or the Department of Commerce.
A new report released Thursday also said it could result in Texas, Florida, Arizona, Georgia, and North Carolina losing $500 million annually in federal funding for healthcare for its neediest residents.