Since 2000, New York has lost more than 2 million residents to other states. This net domestic migration outflow, which dates back to the 1960s, is a major reason why the Empire State has fallen to fourth place in national population rankings, behind California, Texas and Florida.Learn More
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Cuomo’s next union giveaway
What will New York’s governor and lawmakers seek to do next for their public-sector union friends?
Who gained coverage under the ACA
Health coverage gains under the Affordable Care Act were concentrated among lower-income groups and in New York City, Census Bureau data show.