The rich get richer and the poor get poorer, at least judging by the most extreme neighborhoods for median household income in the latest Census Bureau data.
The census' American Community Survey, released last week, provides detailed neighborhood data, including languages spoken in a home, commute time and income levels.
The poorest county, Owsley County, Ky., had the lowest median household income outside of Puerto Rico. Its median income decreased to $18,869 from $20,346 in 2000. Of all...Full Story