In a political landscape already divided over climate action, the ruling in West Virginia vs. EPA effectively leaves state ...
Twice as many teachers are thinking about quitting than at the start of the pandemic. States are raising pay, but there's a ...
Scott Pettigrew, political scientist and senior elections analyst for NBC News, commenting on an election case out of North Carolina that the Supreme Court has agreed to review next term regarding the ...
The civics training, part of Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Civics Literacy Excellence Initiative, underscores the tension building around education and how classrooms have become battlegrounds for politically ...
The state Voting Systems Commission recommendations include ballots that can be marked by hand; ballots that are marked in a machine; preprinted ballots; and ballots that are printed for voters at the ...
They will decide whether the state’s Republican lawmakers have the power to draw a partisan election map without interference from state judges. At issue is a potentially far-reaching shift in ...
The Department of Labor and Workforce Development said that it cannot access jobless claims data to make weekly unemployment benefit payments for 12,000 workers.
With authority and accountability split between three jurisdictions, the nation’s third-largest transit system has lurched ...
Continuing our coverage of how large city transit systems are faring fiscally since the pandemic, we take a look at ...
Election officials are working in an unprecedented climate of antagonism, with threats on the increase. A nonpartisan group ...
Western states are in the forefront of bringing technology to bear to expunge the records of long-ago convictions and provide ...
The theme of independence has recurred throughout the history of Texas, which was a republic from 1836–45. But the Civil War ...