Governments have more data than they have the manpower to handle. Some recruit volunteers to help analyze it all, but they're far from being experts in data.
The radical idea of a universal basic income is far from new, but it's finally being tested around the world -- even in America.
"Training in 'the sticks,' sticks," says one medical professional. But first, rural areas have to get doctors there.
The wealthy are increasingly seeking their state's highest office. Winning has been the easy part.
The typical approach can result in the wrong people — or not enough of the right people — being engaged in the response.
A roundup of money (and other) news governments can use.
Health policy experts say other conservative states often follow Missouri's lead on abortion measures. This year, the state passed several never-before-seen regulations.
It's now common, even for lower-paying jobs, to make employees pledge their loyalty to companies. Some states are stepping in to stop the corporate abuse.
Twice as many Republicans can't run again for state legislative office. That could help Democrats, but how much?
Colorado is one of the few governments to employ the data-driven approach in human services. It's helping the state tackle major problems.
Congress jeopardized the future of state plans to help private employees save for retirement. States don't seem to care.
Governments are starting to realize that cybersecurity isn't just the responsibility of the IT department.
It's time to abandon corporate tax breaks. Just look at their history.
Broken links, outdated information and mysterious abbreviations are just a few of the problems.
The concept caught fire in Europe and is gaining relevance in large and small cities across the Atlantic.
In lawsuits involving high-profile partisan issues, some state AGs choose to sit out.