States are trying to crack down on illegal Internet sweepstakes cafes offering games that have the look, sound and feel of slot and video poker machines.
The growing popularity of solar panels at homes and businesses is becoming a problem for state policy makers.
The National Governors Association is gearing up to prevent cyberattacks like denial-of-service, phishing scams and malware in a call to action paper released Thurs., Sept. 26.
Governors are flocking to Israel, a hub of innovation and potential trade partner.
All but six states offer lotteries for citizens, and many states are also looking to make money with online games.
Cities in California are under particular stress. Stockton, Mammoth Lakes and San Bernardino have all taken the unusual step of filing for bankruptcy.
The Republican governors of Virginia and Mississippi are the latest to sign legislation making sure voters show proper identification before they cast their ballots.
Connecticut, Florida and Kentucky passed measures that essentially allow ITN affiliates to operate locally without running afoul of insurance, auto dealership or livery laws.
Six million public-sector workers aren’t covered by Social Security. For many of them, a pension paid by their state or local government employer is all they have to live on.
Only 10 states' sites provide names of contractors being awarded stimulus funds and the dollar amounts, and only 11 display maps showing where individual stimulus projects are being done.