Thomas Schroeder temporarily barred the University of North Carolina from enforcing the state’s “bathroom bill,” finding that the law likely violates the Civil Rights Act.
“We took the pipe to three times its current design standard, and it continued to convey water,” according to a Cornell University researcher.
Recalls may become easier, but is that better for the Golden State?
To really turn around the decline in carpooling, many more people would have to start using ride-hailing apps.
The Kauffman Index of Startup Activity shows where entrepreneurship is flourishing.
With Bloomberg Philanthropies funding, Harvard University is bringing mayors together to teach them how to bring about change—and will research what makes that change possible in the first place.
Are inaccessible features on government websites making it harder for people with disabilities to vote?
Daro Mott will return to the Louisville Metro Government as chief of performance improvement.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: N.Y.C.’s homeless heroin addicts; Missouri discovers crime law’s fine print; and Michigan tries new tactic to reduce sign thefts.
After devastating flooding in 2012, the New Jersey city is racing to develop its own backup power supply.
Connecticut’s CIO discussed the disaster recovery arrangement at an event in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.