New York is the latest to strengthen requirements about disclosing evidence that could help clear defendants of criminal wrongdoing.
Two economists argue that they aren't. Instead, they say, policymakers should focus on larger employers.
In the wake of Stephon Clark's death, California is considering the strictest rules in the country about when deadly force can be used. But they may not impact criminal cases against cops.
Political novices are running for office at all levels of government -- many driven by anger over their current representatives' policies and behavior.
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The most recent states to adopt the practice are expanding it to agencies that serve disenfranchised populations, including the poor and disabled.
The justices pressed attorneys on Tuesday about the potential consequences of overturning the court’s 26-year-old ruling.
"I can count on one hand the number of top [legislative] leaders who have successfully run for major statewide office."
While they're rarely successful, efforts to remove state Supreme Court justices over policy disagreements are becoming more common.
Under the Trump administration, and most Republican White Houses, enforcement of the 1968 anti-discrimination law has weakened. Housing advocates say the constantly changing federal approach has held back progress.
Estimate of annual online sales tax revenue that states are missing out on because the federal government bans them from collecting it. The Supreme Court heard a case this week that challenges that ban, but some of the justices raised concerns about ending it.
Miami is taking the trend of teacher housing one step further than other places. But do teachers want to live where they work -- even if it means cheaper rent?
Cities have become increasingly focused on doing whatever it takes to attract large corporations. But it's hard to govern a one-company town. Just ask Anaheim.• Despite New Rules to Disclose Corporate Tax Breaks, Just Half of Local Governments Are
China is one of our largest trading partners. U.S. exports to the country totaled $130 billion last year.• Trump's Tariffs Could Hurt More Local Economies Than They Help
The recent protests in conservative states point to a potentially counterintuitive reality.• Teachers Aren't Just Striking, They're Running for Office
Under CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, the company wants to partner with cities and be more than just a rideshare.• To Uber and Lyft's Displeasure, Cities Start Taxing Them
With both kinds of traumatic events on the rise, school counselors can't keep up with the demand for mental health services.