As demonstrated in a recent study, Pennsylvania is designated among the worst states in educational disparity. The public impression of the state's damaged educational system helped drive the November 4th election loss for Governor, Tom Corbett.
Renewed enforcement of a 1999 Supreme Court ruling is making it more possible than ever for people with mental illnesses and other disabilities to live independently, but they are encountering plenty of challenges along the way.
Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations are prohibited from participating in politics, but that didn't stop some groups from airing ads.
The U.S. Supreme Court in 2012 ruled that mandatory life without parole for juveniles was unconstitutional. Now the court may clear up whether that ruling is retroactive.
The Four Corners coal-fired plant is an economic boon and a health hazard for the Navajo Nation.
Two former inspectors for the Texas Railroad Commission, which regulates the state's oil and gas industry, said the agency has a culture of going easy on the industry.
New research looks at methane leaks from natural gas operations.
Copenhagen switches outmoded technologies in public outdoor lighting for a system that uses less energy and creates an extensive sensory network capable of coordinating a number of functions and services.
The city of Augusta, Ga., struggles to catch up to the 24-year-old standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act in the hopes that it can avoid a federal lawsuit.