Officials want to create more opportunities for women- and minority-owned businesses.
Research shows long hours as well as off-duty work can negatively impact officers’ performance and even worsen their racial biases. But most departments don’t seem to care.
Governments in recent years have shifted more and more of the burden of health-care premiums on to employees themselves.
A growing body of research sheds a lot of light on how governments can better engage public workers and improve performance.
New data shows migration patterns between counties. View updated figures for your jurisdiction.
Women in state capitols are saying #MeToo.
Come November, voters will weigh in on a ballot measure that relaxes rules on home equity loans.
At 24, Atlanta’s new sustainability director has already spent a lifetime in the field. He attributes that to cartoons and his famous family.
The story of the iconic race offers a good lesson in how to make room for grand civic ideas.
They need to be nimbler than ever, looking for better ways to leverage local talent and institutions to ensure that their residents are the real winners.
In a new podcast interview, the former two-term Washington governor says the lack of women in public office is her "biggest pet peeve."
St. Louis Public Library found out the hard way about the far-reaching impact of technology threats. In 2017, the library’s technology infrastructure was attacked with ransomware, wreaking havoc on all 700 of the library’s computers. The hackers rendered them useless and prevented all book borrowing.
Voters in three states approved similar ballot measures last year, but critics say it's unnecessary and could gum up the criminal justice system.
It's rare to see a film featuring homeless people as main characters. "The Florida Project" focuses on the ones that few people notice.
The rising number of placements into state care is only partially to blame.