The annual gathering is a radical experiment in urban design that rebuilds itself in the desert every year -- with the help of its residents.
Every year, people build a city solely for the event, then take it down a week later.
From building public art to creating "sacred spaces," the annual event is inspiring leaders across America.
Rebecca Rhynhart ousted a three-term incumbent to become the city’s first female controller.
From weak state parties to regional differences, we look at why these states are defying demographics.
As many of them fall into disrepair, some are adapting to cities' changing needs.
After two straight years of beating expectations, pension investment earnings have slightly dipped thanks in part to fears of a trade war.
The debate is playing out around the country but has been most controversial in Texas.
Soundbites and slogans might work in Washington, but closer to home voters expect results.
Lessons Flint has learned as it works to get lead out of its drinking water can show the way for other cities coping with their own crises.
Privatization and years of inadequate resources have left the incarcerated population with abysmal medical care.
The option is spreading at a time of heightened fear of foreign interference in U.S. elections. It has been used in a few local elections and will be available to some voters in the 2020 presidential caucuses.
Only one has a cabinet-level official dedicated to the issue.
Secretary Leslie Richards is trying to re-engineer the engineering process by making community engagement a top priority.
Community paramedicine is changing the way some places respond to health emergencies.
Ratings agencies want more information about each state and local government's vulnerability to extreme weather. Moody's isn't waiting for them to give it up.