Teachers across the state last spring shouted “We Will Remember in November,” their mantra to vote out of office those state legislators who voted last spring for public pension legislation they detested.
Florida's acrimonious battle for the U.S. Senate is headed to a legally-required hand recount after an initial review showed Gov. Rick Scott and U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson separated by just a few thousand votes.
Kentucky faces a $37.9 billion shortfall in its pensions for teachers and other public workers, but the news is cheerier for state lawmakers: Their separately managed pension system is 98 percent funded, according to new data.
In the fourth episode of a special five-part miniseries, McClatchy’s national political correspondent Alex Roarty sits down with Rob Raben, a corporate diversity guru, to talk about how the Democratic Party treats people of color.
The Senate has rejected an effort to block $300 million in arm sales to Bahrain, but there's growing unease in Congress about the U.S. role supporting the Saudi Arabia-led coalition's military campaign in Yemen.
Maryland President Wallace Loh says he told the school's governing body that "all hell will break loose" if DJ Durkin was retained as head coach of its football team after a player's death, a prophetic warning that went unheeded.