The state is by far the leader among its peer states.
Two Republican secretaries of state highlight the benefits and drawbacks of voting entirely by mail.
Police in Tucson, Ariz., were sued for refusing to release records about cellphone tracking; a judge ruled in their favor.
Every state taxes cigarettes, but only two tax e-cigarettes.
Critics of payday lending say it traps consumers in endless cycles of debt. Proponents say the money is necessary for low-income families.
The governors of Tennessee, Utah and Wyoming will try to convince legislators to expand Medicaid.
The nation's trade imbalance with China has hurt employment throughout the country, according to a new report from the left-leaning Economic Policy Institute.
The campaign encouraged drivers to "think before you jerk" while driving on icy roads.
Five years after the recession, at least 16 states will have to make cuts or raise revenue to cover budget shortfalls.
In a report by the U.S. Conference of Mayors, many cities said they've seen a rise in hunger and homelessness.