New data from the Census Bureau show how median household income levels stacked up around the U.S. in 2017.
New estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau offer a look at the states and metro areas that have been grappling with the nation’s highest poverty rates, as well as income inequality.
New research offers a fresh look at tax increment financing.
As Americans crowd toward the coasts, states and municipalities are caught in passionate battles about public access, while lawsuits seem headed for the U.S. Supreme Court.
U.S. Conference of Mayors leaders say they're eager for capital to start flowing under the new economic development program.
The dataset’s creators hope to draw attention to small companies eligible for investment under the economic development program.
The service is making a big bet that getting closer to tech startups will help deter future adversaries.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Hurricane will test Honolulu shelters … Las Vegas pipeline might not be dead … and school districts scramble for bus drivers.
The U.S. Treasury Department and IRS released their highly anticipated regulatory proposal on Thursday.
Economic experts on Tuesday discussed some considerations that surround the pending project.
The purchasing power of your salary depends largely on where you live, according to new research from the Tax Foundation.
Amid China’s new restrictions on recycling imports, Gov. Cuomo wants a better game plan for waste management in the Empire State.
Fourteen states had black unemployment rates above 6 percent at a time when the national unemployment rate was 4 percent in June, according to a new Economic Policy Institute report.
Some states and localities are more ready to deal with an economic downturn than others.
Legislation introduced in late July would add authority to the New Markets Tax Credit program.
In two Alabama cities, those laying groundwork for the new tax incentive program see both promise and risks in the investments it could spur.
A data-collection partnership will identify service shortcomings.
Democratic senators grilled Andrew Wheeler over a draft proposal to freeze limits in model year 2020, against the wishes of California and 13 other states.
A Deloitte report sees worldwide potential for technology being deployed in Maine and Florida.
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