After leading the creation of the nation's first legal marijuana market in Colorado, Andrew Freedman took the lessons he learned and made a business out of helping states regulate the drug.
The radical idea of a universal basic income is far from new, but it's finally being tested around the world -- even in America.
The Texas Supreme Court justice is witty and approachable, and he's huge on Twitter. He's also one of the most influential conservative jurists in the country right now.
The technology could signal the beginning of the end of parking tickets and other revenue sources. Some cities' budgets could take a big hit.
Congress jeopardized the future of state plans to help private employees save for retirement. States don't seem to care.