“Green” power is smacking Texans with higher utility bills, but Democratic lawmakers in Austin, aided by wayward Republicans, don’t care. They’re stalling legislation that would reel in wind-energy costs.
In New Jersey, a gift is not a gift – particularly if you’re the governor and your subordinates interpret ethics rules in your favor. The bottom line, strange but true: Chris Christie does not have to report favors — such as football trips paid by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones — as gifts unless it can be shown he did something in exchange for them.
When Bill McRaven ran the Joint Special Operations Command, JSOC’s stated goal was simple: “know everything.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Embattled Dish CEO Charles Ergen admits he’s using small-business subsidies to build his global wireless capacity, but the billionaire says taxpayers will benefit anyhow.
Officials in Rutland just want to fix a failing road at an affordable price. But directors at the Rutland Regional Planning Commission say the project must include bike lanes at any cost — they’re even putting pressure on a critical road grant to get their way.
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Watchdog
MADISON, Wis. – Human error did play a substantial role in the catastrophic crash in January of a Milwaukee Police Department’s video system used to record interrogations and confessions of criminal suspects, multiple sources inside and connected to the police department tell Wisconsin Watchdog.
Are Republicans willing to increase taxes or cut infrastructure spending to keep federal taxpayers on the hook for Obamacare expansion?
The Pennsylvania School Boards Association is pressing all of the state’s charter schools and cyber charters to make specific financial data available through a blanket right-to-know request filed last week.
Education Management Corporation, which operates private, for-profit colleges across the country, announced earlier this month it will close 15 of its locations, including the Art Institute of York.
For the first time since oil prices began a plunge in late 2014, North Dakota has failed to see an increase in monthly general fund tax revenues.
The Fairfax County Police Department uses 26 automatic license plate readers to scan drivers’ tags in hopes of catching people breaking the law
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The West Rankin Utility Authority won a key battle Tuesday in its fight to build a new wastewater treatment plant and leave Jackson’s aging facility.