2014 State and Local Elections Coverage

The Latest State to Try to Ban Foreign Law in Courts

In what some call an effort to demonize the Islamic faith, all but 16 states have recently considered banning their courts from taking foreign, international or religious law into account.

Former Florida Gov. Crist Wins Nom for His Old Job Back

Charlie Crist's commanding victory sets him up to face Republican Gov. Rick Scott in what will be one of the highest profile -- and most expensive -- governor's races in the country.

Will Oregon Be the First State with a College Trust Fund?

It's up to voters in November to decide whether the state will change the way it funds public college scholarships.

2014 Elections Where Third-Party Candidates Could Make a Big Difference

In at least five gubernatorial races this fall, the outcome may depend on how well a third-party candidate fares.