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Several cities and transit agencies have been working with the TSA to test the security devices.
Some districts spend two to six times more on students than other districts -- even in the same state.
With a month of primaries left, the record for the number of female nominees for governor has already been broken. Some of them are also the first black, Latina and Native American women nominated by a major party.
Health policy experts worry that the controversial plans the Trump administration is pushing could undo some of the progress being made with Obamacare premiums.
New research suggests a simple way to boost turnout among first-time voters.
In a year with an unprecedented number of female candidates, the debate is being revisited after the federal government weighed in.
Two states still allow split-verdicts to send people to prison. That may change soon. But maybe it shouldn't.
It’s not necessarily about traveling far and fast.
The rules the states impose raise costs. That's hard on poorer people and particularly single mothers.
"If you want to have an influence on policy, then the best way to do so is by being an elected official."
After years of fights between Washington state and the Yakama Nation, the debate is heading to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Local labor shortages are helping workers with only a high school education -- or less -- find employment.
It's been another good year for public pension investment returns. But the gains won't make a big difference in their overall fiscal health.
It has accepted one state's unprecedented proposal to lower the cost of prescriptions but rejected another's.
Public institutions across the country invest in the private prison operators of immigration detention centers and contract directly with the federal immigration enforcement agency.