As taxes on Netflix and yoga gain favor as a way to raise revenue, a movement to stop them is growing. In November, the debate heads to Arizona.
Education has emerged as an issue this fall beyond school board and superintendent races.
Fatal police shootings rarely result in convictions. In Chicago and Texas, they just did.
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A nonprofit helped Athens, Ga., address this often-ignored need and wants to expand its services.
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The revised trade pact keeps the original agreement's free trade zone intact while placing some new burdens on the auto industry.
Successful efforts to bring the use of data and research into decision-making are both top-down and bottom-up.
Communities can’t address the big issues without collaboration.
The structure of their tax systems doesn't align with their evolving economies.
Akron, Ohio, calls it the Innerbelt National Forest.
Just ask New Haven, the home of Yale.
This country has never had an effective public policy toward mental illness. In Chicago, things seem to be getting even worse.
In 2016, Coloradoans voted against abolishing slavery in prisons -- a clause that exists in the U.S. Constitution and several states'. This year, the issue is back on the ballot.
In the cases the justices will hear this fall, legal observers say "state sovereignty is a really big issue."
To meet their energy goals, cities are starting to make new buildings have solar panels or vegetation atop.