ANALYSIS | Two months after disaster struck, the recovery in Paradise, California, is harder for some than for others.
Newly released employment numbers show a small decline last year in the rate of public sector union membership.
Princeton's Eviction Lab has found that the South is home to most of the top-evicting large and mid-sized U.S. cities.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Arizona’s rainy-day fund … Iowa mayor arrested for pot-growing operation … and Seattle mayor will pursue new streetcar.
The move by the company is “potentially groundbreaking” and an acknowledgment that “government alone cannot really solve” the housing crisis.
Mountain communities across the West huddle in Vail to discuss the challenges of high costs of living, low-paying jobs and a scarcity of places to live.
Failure to use artificial intelligence to manage cyber programs and lack of cyber insurance remain weak points for governments.
China's decision to not accept as many plastic recyclables has created new problems for an already flawed recycling infrastructure.
A new report finds that these students graduate from selective colleges at higher rates than first-time freshmen.
San José is considering a short-term, no-interest loan program to keep air traffic controllers, TSA screeners and customs officers at their posts during the federal shutdown.
While agencies like the FDA and USDA call some workers back to work without pay, House Democrats were unsuccessful in their bid to pass the latest proposal to temporarily fund the government.
Power plant emissions have fallen in the northeast. Could a new coalition do the same for transportation?
The “soft” stuff turns out to be the hard stuff.
“We’re stepping up to support our federal employees," said Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
“We’re a lot closer than we should be,” one Stanford scientist warned.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Barack Obama don’t agree on much—but they’ve both turned gerrymandering into their main political cause for the years ahead.
State and local governments are among the groups that have objected to the Census asking about citizenship status.
Lawmakers are looking at a California law that just went into effect this month.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | A handful of new governors are sworn in … N.Y.C. pursues illegal hotels in new lawsuit … and FBI raids Scranton City Hall, mayor’s house.
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