Several areas across the rural West saw noticeable gains in employment in the year preceding June 2015, but others, such as Alaska, suffered losses in the same period, keeping that state’s jobless rate above the national average.
California cities and counties can continue to require builders to include affordable housing in new developments, the state’s Supreme Court ruled earlier this month.
By Elizabeth Zach RCAC, staff writer Waste water from fracking operations in California is significantly contaminated with the carcinogenic chemical . . .
Most people in the U.S. today pay little attention to drinking fountains. They’re as ubiquitous as political advertising during election season.
Among homeless Americans, one group can report some good news this holiday season—veterans. The number of homeless veterans is on the decline.