When a U.S. police officer is involved in a deadly incident, departments - often with civilian oversight - investigate to decide next steps.
A journalist's role in covering elections is to give you unbiased information; doing anything else is failing in their role as a watchdog.
Can a school activity prepare you to be a reporter? ShareAmerica asked a former editor at Princeton University's daily paper what she learned.
President Trump has nominated Neil Gorsuch to be a U.S. Supreme Court justice. He's an experienced federal judge from Colorado. What happens next?
As President Obama's time in office comes to a close, the massive task of hauling and preserving records from his presidency is just getting started.
Technology makes government operations more transparent and delivery of services more efficient and less costly. It’s often called e-government.
When the president of the United States takes a vacation, it's not like those of ordinary Americans.
“Open government” should never be an oxymoron. More national governments are making sure the phrase isn't one by increasing their transparency.
Cameras are common in American policing. Who gets to see all those hours of footage of police interacting with the public?