There’s little to celebrate on the golden anniversary of the law that helps people age at home.
The new “States of Change” report documents dramatic shifts in America’s demographic future.
Plans include online classes, weekend work.
Conflict over the introduction of legalized marijuana in the nation’s capital has strained the complicated relationship between the D.C. government and Capitol Hill.
Winter-weary drivers may not want to watch this.
The Supreme Court reviews Arizona's independent redistricting commission and considers whether voters have the right to draw congressional districts.
A new law paves the way for climate change to be taught in schools across the state.
The Solid Wastes Services Department offers simple advice on how to compost at home or the office.
If states want to dig themselves out from the difficulties of mass incarceration, they can begin by creating employment programs for newly released inmates.
Watch out Austin and Dallas: Local single-use plastic bag rules that irk the new governor are “restricting the flow of commerce,” according to a state representative.
First responders in the Sacramento area now have some new high-tech watercraft for mutual aid rescue operations.