By Igor Volsky on April 16, 2014
Far from obscuring the effects of Obamacare, the Census changes could provide a more precise measurement for how many people actually benefited from reform.
By Kiley Kroh on April 16, 2014
Oklahoma residents who produce their own energy through solar panels or small wind turbines on their property will now be charged an additional fee, the result of a new bill passed by the state legislature.
By Travis Waldron on April 16, 2014
A new report in the New York Times details police and university failures in the Jameis Winston case -- and America's failures on sexual assault in general.
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By Katie Valentine on April 16, 2014
The Denver Post has two energy sections these days, but one isn't like the other.
By Jeff Spross on April 16, 2014
The agency's annual inventory of greenhouse gas emissions found a decline after 2007, but there could be at least one hole in the measurements.
By Zack Ford on April 16, 2014
Even though it's not enforceable, Louisiana's House still wants the law to condemn oral sex and all same-sex relations.
Once evocative of blue crabs and boating, in recent years the Chesapeake Bay has become known for its pollution. So why are a group of outside states trying to block the long-awaited cleanup plan?
By Nicole Flatow on April 16, 2014
The ruling paves the way for potential future expansion of the franchise in a state with one of the most restrictive ex-offender voting policies.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 16, 2014
Meanwhile, the GOP-led states that have resisted Obamacare are denying health care from the people who need it most.
By Carimah Townes on April 15, 2014
One boy took action to stop people from bullying him, but was further victimized by school officials.