They might even be greener than electric ones.
The vacation rental industry is mired in claims that it harms neighborhoods and housing markets. Can a nonprofit co-op make the tourist trend a community asset?
The need to consider ease, effectiveness and emotion in all decisions will become part of the department’s Code of Federal Regulations.
Accessing federal funds for infrastructure projects is much too difficult, county leaders say. With reauthorization of the FAST Act on the table, they want a bigger say in how money can be spent.
Congress wants to eliminate tens of millions of dollars wasted annually on benefits payments to the deceased.
Soft skills are just as critical as technical aptitude when preparing for a career in this booming field.
Austin, Texas, debuted an anonymous online feedback form that eases the process for residents to describe interactions they have with police officers
The Trump administration on Thursday sent lawmakers its proposal to reorganize the Office of Personnel Management.
The agency is tapping some of the government’s top scientific investigators to help produce the new strategy.
The Cloud Information Center will serve as a one-stop shop for agency looking to expand their use of the tech.
Federal leaders say the nation needs to pivot education towards tech-focused training in fields like robotics.
The Chinese telecom company can no longer buy U.S. tech without a waiver, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced Thursday.
The sitting president just released a new tool in his war of words with tech companies.
The Intelligence Authorization Act would increase the IC’s involvement in a number of federal tech and cyber efforts.
The president directed the Commerce Secretary to establish when transactions could put national security at risk.
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