A review of the 20 finalists finds that several are already forgoing hundreds of millions of dollars in potential revenue each year and might not be able to afford to give up more.
When pension reform happens, new workers often carry the biggest financial burden. But they don't always have to.
The mass shooting at a Florida high school may be turning the tide of gun politics as some Republicans, including President Trump, embrace the idea of gun control.
Congress and almost half the states have a bipartisan caucus dedicated to working on issues that young people care about.
Hennepin County, Minn., did a deep dive into what it was spending on the opioid crisis. The numbers were alarming.
Since the Supreme Court raised prosecutors' burden of proof, several politicians have had their convictions thrown out. There are new questions about what exactly counts as corruption.
NYCx and Urban-X have similar names but different models for coming up with better ways to deliver government services.
Congress indirectly diluted the tax incentives for building affordable housing -- a change that's predicted to result in a quarter of a million fewer units.
The state rolled back criminal justice reforms it had adopted only a year earlier. Other parts of the country are also reconsidering similar changes.
As the Trump administration lets states experiment with work requirements and other eligibility rules, the costs are adding up. Some policy experts worry they are "shifting spending from health care for needy families to administrative bureaucracy."• Are Work Requirements for Medicaid Doomed?
Waves usually just influence congressional seats. But a look at past wave elections tells a different story.
The president, who often stresses the need for states to have more flexibility, wants to give them less when it comes to food stamps.
Florida's Rick Scott and Wisconsin's Scott Walker say it's about the money. Democrats -- emboldened after a series of wins, including on Tuesday -- say the Republicans are trying to avoid losing more legislative seats.• How Sexual Harassment Scandals Are Shaking Up Special Elections
To attract and retain employees in a competitive market, they're focusing on succession planning and leadership development.
There are strong arguments for its proposals that would remove barriers to innovative financing and streamline the regulatory process.
Online shopping and the automation of jobs are going to transform cities.