A Fourth State Avoids Federal Food Stamp Cuts
America has seen little progress in reducing speeding deaths for decades.
Bipartisan support for reducing recidivism is driving most states to relax or lift the federal ban on drug felons receiving food stamps or cash assistance. Pennsylvania went the other way.
Unrest over education funding and policy is brewing in several cities and states across the country.
Historically, attorneys general rarely weigh in on health policy or go up against each other in the courtroom over it. Then came the Affordable Care Act.
The decennial count is plagued by uncertainties and fears of undercounting immigrants, minorities and low-income people.
Legislators are seeking to roll back some of the high-profile ballot measures that voters approved in November. They also want to make it harder for initiatives to pass in the future.