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The federal government has made it a priority to deport noncitizens who pose a serious threat to public safety or national
In every state, the share of 20- to 34-year-olds who have never married has risen sharply since 2000. By Tim Henderson This
Narrowing Gap Year after year, alcohol kills 88,000 Americans when accidents and diseases are combined. And the annual cost
Thousands of students are demanding sanctuary campuses, and some state leaders are warning against it. But the ruckus appears
States are increasingly reluctant to impose new or stricter requirements on older drivers, even as more of them are on the
President-elect Donald Trump envisions public-private partnerships to finance his $1 trillion infrastructure plan. So-called
All states have passed laws to make it easier for people with spouses in the military to get professional licenses to work
Public health officials are using data about disparities based on where people live to craft effective interventions. By
Consumers increasingly are demanding farmers change the way they raise livestock and poultry. But some farmers are pushing
The Yakama Nation is a Native American reservation in Eastern Washington that is home to about 11,000 Yakama people and almost
Businesses say laws in 10 states that bar surcharges for credit card purchases, but allow cash discounts, encroach on their
States may face $1.6 billion in new Medicaid costs next year. By Michael Ollove Higher prescription drug prices, combined
States welcome President-elect Donald Trump’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan. But their need is more than three times that
States are weighing whether solitary confinement, or segregated or restrictive housing, creates more problems than it solves
Chris Crider, 31, went to barber college with help from a federal grant for retraining laid-off miners. His one-room barbershop
By Sophie Quinton HOUSTON — The skyscrapers at the Texas Medical Center are filled with hospital beds. The commuters waiting
National employment numbers provide a broad overview of the labor market, but they are too murky to explain why employers
Despite an escalating opioid-addiction epidemic, methadone clinics still meet stiff opposition from many state and local
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