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Play of the Day: The Absurd Art of the Congressional Attack Ad

September 25, 2014 Challengers to incumbent lawmakers are not above slinging mud.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest addressed the media Monday.

Is the White House Door Locked Yet?

September 22, 2014 After a man gained entry with a knife, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said the front door to the White House will be locked when not in use.

Play of the Day: How to Use Twitter if You're a Politician

September 22, 2014 Jimmy Fallon has some advice.

Play of the Day: What 'Boots on the Ground' Look Like

September 19, 2014 Stephen Colbert looks at America's latest commitment to the Middle East.

Play of the Day: Why America Is More Afraid of Ebola Than ISIS

September 18, 2014 A new threat is here to scare Americans.

Play of the Day: How to Peer Pressure ISIS

September 16, 2014 The coalition to combat the group is growing.

Play of the Day: President Obama Goes Full Tarantino

September 12, 2014 Obama looks to destroy and degrade the Islamic State.

West Virginia's State Capitol, from the ground.

Fly High Above West Virginia’s State Capitol

September 11, 2014 It’s also the tallest building in the Mountain State.

Play of the Day: A Prerecorded Reaction To The President's Speech

September 11, 2014 Stephen Colbert had some thoughts hours before Obama spoke.

‘In God We Trust’ Plan Irks Some Pittsburgh-Area Officials

September 10, 2014 Council member says: “All this kind of stuff does is start a bunch of crap for everybody.”

Play of the Day: ISIL May Have A Plagiarism Scandal

September 10, 2014 Did the Islamic State steal its ideas from the US?

Play of the Day: A Decade Of Stalling On Immigration Reform

September 9, 2014 If reform passed, what would everyone talk about?

Play of the Day: Why Student Debt Isn't Going Anywhere

September 8, 2014 John Oliver examines higher education funding on Last Week Tonight.

How a Software Engineer Deanonymized Data on 173 Million NYC Taxi Trips

September 7, 2014 Watch Vijay Pandurangan discuss how he discovered a major privacy flaw in the release of open data.

Play of the Day: Guess Whose Anti-Obama Attack Ads These Are

September 5, 2014 Democratic Senate candidates are not embracing the president.

Officials gathered at the Oregon State Capitol on Wednesday to remember former Gov. Vic Atiyeh

Oregon Honors ‘Trader Vic’

September 4, 2014 State officials gathered this week to remember former Gov. Vic Atiyeh, who died in July at age 91.

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman, at right, demonstrates the new Tell HoCo app.

Maryland County Deploys New App to Streamline Service Requests

September 4, 2014 Howard County CIO: “It’s extremely efficient getting to the people who will fix that issue.”

Play of the Day: Frank Underwood's Advice For President Obama

September 4, 2014 Kevin Spacey stops by the Colbert Report in character.

Play of the Day: How Congress Reacted To Eric Cantor's New Paycheck

September 3, 2014 The Daily Show examines the former congressman's new job.

Maine Wildlife Officials Want to Scuttle Bear-Hunting Referendum

September 2, 2014 State says Question 1 would ‘cripple’ its ability to control the bear population.

Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry delivers his veto message via YouTube.

Albuquerque’s Mayor Faces Heat After Controversial Veto

September 2, 2014 Petition calls for recall after Richard Berry blocks ballot proposals, including one on marijuana decriminalization.

Play of the Day: What You Missed This Labor Day Weekend

September 2, 2014 Late-night TV catches up after the holiday.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer hosted a Google Hangout to discuss the city's major website overhaul.

San Diego Mayor Starts Process to Have ‘America’s Finest Website’

August 29, 2014 California’s second-largest city partners with Code for America for redesign project.

Play of the Day: It's All Obama's Fault

August 29, 2014 Stephen Colbert connects the rise of the Islamic State to one person.

Indiana Judge Has Unusual Courthouse Dispute With Mayor

August 28, 2014 Kokomo mayor says judge has shown “bizarre behavior over time.”

Play of the Day: ISIL Wants To Be Just Like The United States

August 28, 2014 Will the Islamic State just end up with a VA waiting list?

New York City has made a major investment in physical and digital wayfinding.

How New York City Is Becoming Even More Map-Centric With Its Data

August 27, 2014 The city’s transportation CTO details how to create valuable tools for the public, put everything on a map and not reinvent the wheel in the process.

Play of the Day: Fox News Has A Beef With How Ferguson Has Been Covered

August 27, 2014 A news organization is upset with how other news organizations are covering a national event.

North Carolina Teachers Are 'Easy Pickings' for Texas Recruiters

August 26, 2014 Low salaries make Tar Heel State educators vulnerable to poaching.

How Legalized Marijuana Is Also a Long-Term ‘Knowledge Experiment’ in Washington State

August 26, 2014 A new Brookings Institution report details the ‘innovative policy framework’ to study Initiative 502’s social impacts.

Buffalo City Hall viewed from street level.

A Sky-High View High Above Buffalo’s City Hall

August 25, 2014 Watch this drone survey the imposing 32-story Art Deco municipal building.

Seat Pleasant, Maryland, Mayor Eugene W. Grant

Two Ousted Mayors Aren’t Going Quietly

August 25, 2014 One has rebranded himself as the “mobile mayor” while the other files a lawsuit.

Play of the Day: The Problem With Internet Headlines

August 25, 2014 Last Week Tonight's John Oliver literally destroys something, instead of using words.

White House Calls James Foley's Murder a 'Terrorist Attack'

August 22, 2014 "If you come after Americans, we're going to come after you, wherever you are."

The Denver City-County Building all lit up in a holiday display.

This Isn't Your Average Municipal Complex

August 22, 2014 See why Denver's City-County Building is an amazing civic hub.

Play of the Day: Paul Ryan Really Wants To Drive A Bus

August 22, 2014 What is the Wisconsin representative's true calling?

Video: Innovation in Government is Not Going to Come From a Guy in a Suit

August 21, 2014 The new US Digital Service will fix up government websites.

Play of the Day: The 2016 Contender Everyone Wants To Forget About

August 21, 2014 Is Mitt Romney waiting in the wings?

Play of the Day: How Hillary Accidentally Announced Her Bid For President

August 20, 2014 Why else would the former Secretary of State visit Iowa?

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer announces his veto earlier this month.

San Diego Minimum-Wage Hike Battle Might Continue for 2 More Years

August 19, 2014 The City Council outmaneuvered the mayor but the fight for higher pay might not be over.


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