Since the Supreme Court raised prosecutors' burden of proof, several politicians have had their convictions thrown out. There are new questions about what exactly counts as corruption.
NYCx and Urban-X have similar names but different models for coming up with better ways to deliver government services.
Congress indirectly diluted the tax incentives for building affordable housing -- a change that's predicted to result in a quarter of a million fewer units.
The Roca program has helped keep hundreds of youths out of jail in Massachusetts. Now officials want to transplant that success to one of the toughest crime cities in the nation.
As the Trump administration lets states experiment with work requirements and other eligibility rules, the costs are adding up. Some policy experts worry they are "shifting spending from health care for needy families to administrative bureaucracy."• Are Work Requirements for Medicaid Doomed?
The state rolled back criminal justice reforms it had adopted only a year earlier. Other parts of the country are also reconsidering similar changes.
States are exploring tax changes in response to the federal overhaul. The proposals in Iowa and New York this week may just be the tip of the iceberg.• States Plan to Sue Over New Tax Law. Here's Why They Might Lose.
That’s what many Iowans, home to the state with the fewest mental health beds, are asking candidates for governor.
Waves usually just influence congressional seats. But a look at past wave elections tells a different story.
Federal intelligence officials warned Congress on Tuesday that Russia will again attempt to influence the elections through cyber-warfare. New reports shed light on the inadequacy of state and local security systems.
To attract and retain employees in a competitive market, they're focusing on succession planning and leadership development.
There are strong arguments for its proposals that would remove barriers to innovative financing and streamline the regulatory process.
Online shopping and the automation of jobs are going to transform cities.
In a rare moment of bipartisanship, attorneys general from every U.S. state and territory signed a letter asking Congress to stop employers from forcing sexual harassment claims to be resolved out of court.• The #MeToo Effect Trickles Down the Public Workforce
The president's budget released on Monday confirms most of a leaked proposal and would add to the administration's recent changes to the safety net.• Do Americans Support Work Requirements? Depends on How You Ask.
The president’s long-awaited infrastructure plan pushes state and local governments to spend more but offers them a smoother path to getting federal regulatory approval.