Anne Helen Petersen’s new book "Can’t Even" interrogates the lies millennials were told about having it all.
COMMENTARY | The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development implemented technology solutions to help mitigate improper unemployment insurance payouts.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology are looking to pool more data from outside organizations to further refine it.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Two Louisville police officers shot and wounded ... No evidence of widespread Covid-19 outbreaks in reopened schools ... California protects Joshua trees but allows solar companies to cut them down ... Colorado will furlough thousands of state employees, including the governor.
The money, partially raised by Mike Bloomberg, will go towards paying off the court fines and fees of thousands of people with criminal records, allowing them to vote in the upcoming election.
College towns across the country have seen frightening COVID spikes.
North Dakota may be the only state using CARES Act money to plug abandoned oil wells.
The state would become the first to allow for the voting method in a presidential election.
The CDC found that in Mecklenburg County, just 77% of patients could be reached after testing positive for Covid-19. Contact information for those peoples’ recent contacts was provided only 52% of the time.
COMMENTARY | State and local governments that cut public spending after the Great Recession fared worse than those that increased spending. Let’s not make the same mistake again.
That decision is risking an incomplete and inaccurate count.
STATE AND LOCAL NEWS ROUNDUP | CDC advises against trick-or-treating ... Wisconsin judge grants voters extra time to return mail-in ballots ... Alaskan dog-sled race will kick off as scheduled despite pandemic.
New research found that Google searches for symptoms associated with the coronavirus might be able to predict outbreaks before positive test results confirm them.
COMMENTARY | It can get better.
Hospital leaders across the country fear the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service may come calling for repayment any day now.
The longstanding default position of suppressing every fire has created problems throughout the West.
Networking opportunities during the Covid-19 pandemic have been at a minimum, and it’s negatively impacting the private-sector workforce.
More people died from March through July this year than the average of the same five months during the previous three years. Those "excess" deaths, which might be linked to undiagnosed Covid, were concentrated in communities of color.
Over 200 miles of Oregon roads were closed as of last week due to the catastrophic blazes. The state’s transportation department is dealing with problems like hazardous trees and rockslide risks.
Participation in local government often skews heavily toward white residents, elderly people, and homeowners.
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