America’s jails are filled with people suffering from severe psychological problems. But largely thanks to one judge, Miami found ways to keep the mentally ill out of incarceration and in treatment.
In several states, the Democratic party is dropping the name of slave-owning presidents from annual fundraising dinners.
Before Detroit, many thought general obligation bonds were ironclad. Now they know better.
The rules for a city’s return to solvency are no longer being crafted by lawmakers.