Even though most polls are working with decades-old machines that lose or miscount votes, states and the federal government are largely ignoring the problem.
Tax incentives aren't always the best way to lure businesses. Many are simply going where the talent is.
Sharing economy companies like Uber and Lyft claim that the people who work for them are “independent contractors,” thus ineligible for most employee benefits. That argument may prove difficult to sustain.
Instead of waiting to help until kids get in trouble, Los Angeles County is using data analytics to help them before. So far, it's proving successful.
Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates have given millions to overhaul public education. But their cash has proven to be anything but free money or a remedy to systemic problems.
Soon, only two companies will make the cards that people get government benefits with. Here's why that matters.
He's the first U.S. president in 20 years to address the National League of Cities conference.