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Are New York's Unprecedented Cyber-Regulations Necessary?

The state is on track to enacting first-in-the-nation rules about how banks respond to cyberattacks. Some say they're misguided.

Votes Miscounted? Your State May Not Be Able to Find Out.

Not many states have the necessary laws in place to conduct an effective election audit.

In Life After Coal, Appalachia Attempts to Reinvent Itself

The decline of the mining industry started long before the Obama administration and will likely continue even with Trump in the White House. That's why local leaders are starting to diversify their economies and prepare their people for an uncertain future.

To Reduce Infant Mortality, U.S. Cities Adopt the Finland Way

Unlike America, which has one of the highest infant mortality rates of developed countries, Finland has one of the world's lowest.

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