Arguments over Indiana's voter-identification law, the most stringent in the US, will be heard Wednesday.
Bush cites city's gains on sixth anniversary of No Child Left Behind. Critics see uneven results.
Lake levels reached record lows last year, and the region worries that fast-growing states and communities will try to grab its water.
In an era of 'empty celebrity,' an ordinary man who performed an extraordinary act of heroism got more than 15 minutes of fame – but the freebies and swag are running out.
Some cities are seeing a drop in the number of officers on the beat and a shift in police resources to fight terror.
Most polls show a very close race among the top candidates in both parties, so the outcome hinges on which campaigns are best at turning out their supporters.
The Zipcar and Flexcar merger, and cities' interest in bike-sharing, show openness to novel transit.
Autumn is the time to imagine a sea of color and plant bulbs.
Engineers call it 'crowd farming.' If it works, you could help power city lights just by taking a stroll.
Big-city wireless Internet plans took a hit this summer, but places like Owensboro, Ky., and Rio Rancho, N.M., put networks in place.