Following a 2020 census in which the pandemic made access to group housing difficult, Census Bureau officials said Thursday they are going to reassess how they count people living in dorms, prisons and nursing homes in the next head count of every U.S. resident in 2030. The Census Bureau is going to rethink how residents of group quarters are accounted for, though it's too early at this point to say how that will be done, Al Fontenot, an associate director of the Census Bureau, told members of a scientific advisory committee during a virtual meeting.
Eli Manning's new gig on ESPN with his brother, Peyton, has been a huge hit. Broadcasting seems to be coming natural to the Giants legend, who will be honored at MetLife Stadium on Sunday as he is forever remembered in the Ring of Honor. “I’m enjoying getting back into the game this fall with the Giants and through doing Monday Night Football with Peyton," he told media members on Thursday ahead of his No. 10 being retired officially on Sunday.
The White House plans to nominate Claudia Slacik, a former official at the U.S. Export-Import Bank under the Obama administration, as a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corp, according to a source familiar with the plans. SIPC, a nonprofit entity made up of broker-dealer members, oversees the liquidation of its bankrupt members and works to get securities and cash back to customers. Slacik has worked at JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citibank and Bankers Trust in New York and London, the source said.