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.
The president, who often stresses the need for states to have more flexibility, wants to give them less when it comes to food stamps.
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.
Most dockless bike-share companies want to work closely with cities. In Florida, Ofo has bigger plans that involve the state.
A new study suggests that policies meant to keep rents down actually jack them up overall, reduce the rental stock and fuel gentrification.
Florida's Rick Scott and Wisconsin's Scott Walker say it's about the money. Democrats -- emboldened after a series of wins, including on Tuesday -- say the Republicans are trying to avoid losing more legislative seats.• How Sexual Harassment Scandals Are Shaking Up Special Elections
Waves usually just influence congressional seats. But a look at past wave elections tells a different story.
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.
President Trump’s proposed budget would slash funding for the Environmental Protection Agency, leaving states and localities with an extra burden.
The president's budget calls for a $1.1 billion investment in school choice.
Online shopping and the automation of jobs are going to transform cities.
We need to analyze what puts disadvantaged communities at risk and engage marginalized people in disaster planning.
An idea that flopped a decade ago -- to charge people who drive into the center of New York City -- now has powerful backers.
A new poll shows strong opposition to the new Medicaid policy being pushed by the Trump administration. But it contradicts other recent surveys.• What Happens to People Who Fail Work Requirements?
The organization some refer to as "the Peace Corps for geeks" has launched a major effort to improve the way people apply for benefits.