Aging out of the system brings tough challenges that states are trying to help young adults overcome.
West Sacramento, Calif.'s Christopher Cabaldon has revived his town and become a player on the national stage.
Almost every state has jumped at the opportunity to tax online purchases.
The Trump administration is rolling back carbon dioxide emissions regulations. Meanwhile, states are divided on whether to raise their clean air standards.
Still, a few states may miss the July deadline, leading to a government shutdown in some.
According to the most comprehensive report of its kind, states spend more than $9 billion a year incarcerating people who violate community supervision terms that even corrections officials admit are difficult to comply with.
A new study examines whether cities respond to complaints as quickly in poor neighborhoods as they do in rich ones.
They have a lot going for them, but they need the kind of infrastructure investment that partnering with financial institutions can provide.
With falling ridership and scrapped expansion projects, urban transit faces an uncertain future.
Current and former police officers whose offensive social media posts have been compiled and published by the watchdog Plain View Project. Several law enforcement agencies have since taken disciplinary action against those officers or launched their own investigations.
The ruling, which united an unusual coalition of justices, could boost Democrats' chances in November.
The West Virginia Senate passed a bill that would not only punish teachers for protesting but also includes a charter school provision they recently fought to defeat. The House could vote on it as early as Monday.
Half the city’s land mass is occupied by tax-exempt institutions. Some city councilors say they’re not paying their fair share.
We know how. We are the how.
Lawmakers say they want to clear up confusion over plant-based meat substitutes.
Gov. Gavin Newsom struck a deal with lawmakers over the weekend.
The governors of Kentucky, New Jersey and West Virginia face different controversies, but they're all wealthy businessmen who had never before held elected office.