Health policy experts say the move could further destabilize the market.
The reasons spotlight cities' funding and workforce struggles that cybersecurity experts have warned about for years.• IT Department? In Small-Town Governments, They Rarely Exist.
A Supreme Court ruling about regulating church signs is spurring cities to repeal their anti-begging laws.
Several cities have intensified their efforts to combat rat infestations. It’s no simple task.
Sometimes a person and a city just aren’t right for each other.
Native Americans who live on the reservation in Utah are used to having to fight for basic government services. But they’d at least like roads that can reliably transfer patients to the ER and kids to school.
Dangerous heat isn't new to Phoenix, but its efforts to keep people safe in triple-digit temperatures are.
Environmental advocacy is difficult in the Trump era. In rural areas, it's even harder. “To be personally attacked for speaking up, to be silenced, it was devastating to me," says one resident who tried to fight fracking in her rural Pennsylvania county.
Among the places testing new ways to keep low-risk offenders out of jail, Charleston, S.C., stands out.
The latest plans in California and New Jersey have observers asking: creative solution or accounting gimmick?
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.
“As far as I know, we’re the only state doing this,” says Gov. Terry McAuliffe's chief of staff.
It would slam the insurance industry, bringing downturns in the bond market and tax revenues.
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.