A roundup of money (and other) news governments can use.
State politicians on both sides of the aisle have increasingly worked to curb the practice. Now, the attorney general may have made their efforts pointless.
The latest plans in California and New Jersey have observers asking: creative solution or accounting gimmick?
Unlike most places, Portland, Ore., offers easy living and shopping -- and it’s paying off for the city.
The president's victory has been extensively explored. But a state- and county-level look at the data offers stunning evidence of just how large the shifts were in certain places.
Some cities post letter grades on restaurants. King County opted for something more visual. The person who pushed for public ratings in the first place, though, isn't satisfied.
Businesses and governments are going cashless. Anti-poverty advocates say the change is problematic for low-income people, but they disagree on how to solve it.
You can’t run public agencies like private companies, but you can borrow ideas from them.
As the first leader of a national government to ever address the National Governors Association, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for fewer trade barriers and promised to work directly with state leaders.
It would slam the insurance industry, bringing downturns in the bond market and tax revenues.
Secretaries of state are concerned about not just the federal government's request for voter information but also the information they're not getting about election security breaches.
Even in cities that have tried to address the problem, babies are still dying at high rates for a developed nation.
Cities that faced bankruptcy not long ago have made remarkable recoveries -- all on their own.
The industry has been a key driver of the sector's job gains. See which metro areas could suffer most from expected job losses.
Drug abuse is overwhelming the child welfare system at unprecedented rates. Solutions are slowly emerging, but they aren't always adopted.• Behind the Decision to Post That Infamous Facebook Photo of the Opioid Epidemic at Its Worst