Are More Strikes Coming? West Virginia Wasn't the Only State Neglecting Employee Health Care.

The issue that led West Virginia teachers to walk out may be boiling over elsewhere as states neglect workers' benefits, sometimes causing financial and medical hardship for public servants.

• Teachers Aren't Just Striking, They're Running for Office

Teachers Aren't Just Striking, They're Running for Office

Motivated by education cuts and a nationwide spirit of activism, dozens of teachers are running for legislative seats across the country.

• West Virginia Teachers Strike Inspires Talk of Protest in Other States

Vacancies Aren't Unique to Trump. States Struggle to Fill Top Positions, Too.

When an agency head leaves, some states take years to find a permanent replacement. What takes so long?

• Unfilled Jobs Take Toll on Governments Across the Country

Supreme Court Justices Clash, Again, on Public Union Fees

The high court revisited an issue that has divided its members several times. The viability of public-sector unions could hang in the balance.