At 24, Atlanta’s new sustainability director has already spent a lifetime in the field. He attributes that to cartoons and his famous family.
Women in state capitols are saying #MeToo.
A new report says one-third of states will face severe fiscal stress during the next economic downturn.
In a new podcast interview, the former two-term Washington governor says the lack of women in public office is her "biggest pet peeve."
The story of the iconic race offers a good lesson in how to make room for grand civic ideas.
If passed, the state would become the 33rd to expand Medicaid and signal support for Obamacare at a time when President Trump is taking major steps to reverse it.
Voters in three states approved similar ballot measures last year, but critics say it's unnecessary and could gum up the criminal justice system.
With no end to the epidemic in sight, the feds are helping some states treat more addicts.
The number of proposals -- out of a total of 2,012 that were submitted -- that will move forward for review by the Florida Constitution Revision Commission, a body that meets once every 20 years to consider changes to the state constitution suggested by citizens of the state. The proposals that will be advanced represent less than 0.3 percent of the total that were filed, down from 18 percent the last time the commission met, in 1997.
It's an issue that's playing out right now in St. Louis County.
The party will likely gain power in New Jersey next month, but holding onto the governor's office in Virginia is proving more challenging.
It's rare to see a film featuring homeless people as main characters. "The Florida Project" focuses on the ones that few people notice.
Saving money isn't the point. The conversation should be about government effectiveness and positive outcomes.
More and more, innovative companies that make things want to be in the city. Their needs are different from those of yesterday's manufacturers.
They can have a big impact on economic fortunes and social cohesion, which explains the controversy that often surrounds them.