Across the country, states got huge infusions of cash from the federal government to help them deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kansas farmers and ranchers are currently challenged to keep their livestock protected from the heat and sun.
Colorado has among the least expensive energy bills in the country, a new study found.
The proposed global minimum corporate tax has support from 130 countries, but now several prominent nations have refused to back the plan.
After major backlash from Republicans, the IRS said Wednesday it overturned a previous ruling that a Christian group did not qualify for tax-exempt status because of its Biblical values.
Supreme Court justices in the U.S. enjoy life tenure. Under Article 3 of the Constitution, justices cannot be forced out of office against their will, barring impeachment. This provision is meant to ensure judicial independence
A study of federal relief spending details how significant of an impact the first deployment of American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds will be for Wyoming.
A new law that goes into effect September 1 will make Texas the first state to punish sex buyers with a felony.
The chairs of the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee will introduce a bill that requires the state to write down and enforce non-prosecution agreements reached during criminal investigations.
President Joe Biden announced a new targeted approach to the national COVID-19 vaccination effort after coming up short on his previous vaccination goal for July 4.