Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has pushed for the immigration enforcement law.
Seven Democrats flipped GOP-held governorships last year, putting Medicaid expansion and environmental protection on the fast track.
Voting results after seven of the deadliest mass shootings show a modest swing in favor of Democratic candidates.
The destruction of hotels and public housing, combined with the flood of aid workers, has pushed rents beyond the means of many disaster victims.
The discord has cast light on how the U.S. and island governments and two multibillion-dollar companies have managed the technical and financial facets of the restoration.
A Florida researcher found that 15 percent of mail-in ballots submitted by Parkland’s youngest voters were never counted in the midterm election.
Job walkouts and threats against storm victims’ properties are at the crux of a dispute over a joint program by FEMA and the territorial government.
But the U.S. Labor Department says that hundreds of thousands who are working without pay do not qualify for the benefits.
As hundreds of thousands of federal workers fretted Friday about how they will pay bills amid the government shutdown, the missed paychecks turned out to be particularly cruel for nearly three dozen employees at one obscure government agency. Their checks slipped right through their hands, or at least through their bank accounts.
Erie, Pa. has received 93 inches of snow in December so far, making it snowiest month in the city's history.