Legislation to create a new federal earthquake insurance backstop is currently being considered in Congress.
The 25-five-year-old federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) doesn’t protect individuals’ data stored remotely in the Internet “cloud” (such as gmail, mobileme, and skydrive).
Some stereotypes about groups are pure calumny, others have a small grain of truth, and some are absolutely, 100 percent true.
The two major forces of a hurricane—wind and water—can do grave damage to homes.
The cost of incarceration, rehabilitation, and security in state, local, and federal prisons has become a serious budget problem.
The Common Core State Standards Initiative, supported and created by the National Governors Association and Council of Chief State School Officers, sets grade-by-grade content requirements for K–12
As Congress gears up to reauthorize No Child Left Behind, the largest federal law on education, and various school districts display the fruits of the act’s mandated testing, experts have begun to
Under the federal government’s "Early Learning Challenge" for state early education and childcare programs, states will offer a proposal, then follow through if they win a grant.
Research & Commentary: Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking) of Natural Gas