California's health insurance exchange is canceling coverage for 10,474 people who failed to prove their citizenship or legal residency in the U.S. after they signed up under the Affordable Care Act.
Two Pennsylvania lawmakers exchanged gunfire with several suspects who were trying to rob them after they attended an evening fundraiser. Neither lawmaker was injured, and three men were arrested in connection with the incident.
Despite a lower judge’s ruling that the law is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court has reinstated a Texas voter ID law that the U.S. Justice Department describes as the state’s latest tool to suppress minorities in elections.
Lawmakers said Wyoming residents who worry about wild horses' effect on other species and the ranching industry are losing out to the more vocal wild horse advocates who oppose removing horses from the range.
As Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal prepared for his 2008 inauguration, state government workers numbered about 93,500. Today, that workforce hovers at 62,000 employees—fewer than it’s been in more than two decades—and spending on payroll has decreased by about $1 billion annually.
Rulings by the Supreme and Ninth Circuit Courts last week vastly expanded gay marriage. Some states have adopted it, some are fighting and some are in areas not directly addressed by the rulings. Here's a primer.
The state auditor said economic development officials have been lax in ensuring that recipients of tax incentives live up to pledges to enhance Utah’s standard of living by creating high-paying jobs.
Employment stalled last month as food manufacturers and health care and financial firms cut back.
Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel filed a friend-of-the-court brief opposing a lawsuit that seeks to remove from next month’s ballot a proposal to gradually increase the state’s minimum wage to $8.50.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker says he is considering replacing the state’s gas tax with a sales tax to stabilize transportation funding.
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett said that putting his name on "I Voted" stickers is a matter of accountability, and he “never thought that somebody would see it as political.”
Superintendents say the new method requires new data collection methods that aren’t yet clear.
Parents using school vouchers to send their children to private schools said they want to intervene in a lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the taxpayer-funded program.