Federal money already can't be spent on abortions. The Trump administration now wants to keep any funds from going to organizations that support the procedure.
The Trump administration, though, doesn't appear willing to bring the state to the table when crafting new standards. That puts automakers in a tough spot.
Harvey, Ill., is facing insolvency thanks to its pension crisis. Some say it won't be the only one.
Austin Beutner, the new leader of Los Angeles schools, is the latest big-city superintendent with no education experience. Some say that -- and his ties to charter schools -- are cause for concern.
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Data now informs almost everything the public sector does, and it also informs on us.
Congress passed drastic child welfare reforms that aim to reduce the removal of kids from their homes. But some worry they will cost states and harm children.
Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little will now face state Rep. Paulette Jordan, who could be the first Native American elected governor of any state. He's the heavy favorite to win.
Land use experts question whether vacant property taxes are the right way to spur development.
History suggests that the answer is yes -- but 2018 is a unique year.
Local leaders are trying to figure out how to respond to the growing number of SUV-related fatalities while more Americans are choosing bigger cars.
The two new leaders of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, a Democrat and a Republican, have crafted a bipartisan strategy that they hope will help them wield more influence in Washington.
Several states promised to pass their own mandates. Only one has. What happened?
Our toughest problems can’t be solved unless we learn to work together.
Far too many pedestrians are dying on our most heavily traveled streets. They don't have to.