#Syria barrel bombings continue despite UN ban. Story by @movingpictureTV w/eyewitness footage sourced by @Storyful http://t.co/dMvMNmSplg
In cities, towns and villages across Wisconsin, property assessors are discounting uniformity and trampling on fairness, while state officials do little to rectify the disparities. In many communities, 20% or more of residential property taxes are being paid by the wrong people.
Test your knowledge of Ohio’s gun laws with nine scenarios, guessing whether you would be OK or Not OK under Ohio law.
Join the Post-Gazette as we endeavor to meet Pittsburghers from each of the 193 countries in the United Nations. Check back often as we introduce you to a new story, a new adventure, a new one of us.
After the National Football League made the controversial decision to ban the n-word on the field this year, a team of Washington Post journalists explored the history of the word, its evolution and its place in American vernacular today.
California is the land of redwoods, beaches, mountains, deserts, cities, farmland and more. But does it make sense for one state have so much? California billionaire Tim Draper says no. He says the state is too unwieldy to govern. If you were to follow his lead and remake the Golden State, where would you draw the lines? Make up to 15 states.
What if the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 never happened? What would the city look like today? WBEZ's Curious City conducts a thought experiment and considers some "what-if" scenarios about a city that escaped the 1871 blaze.
A visual explainer: Why multiple buses arrive at the same stop at the same time, and why the fixes are almost as frustrating as the problem.
How does the Ohio government’s statewide offices and General Assembly stand after the November 2014 elections? Explore with interactive charts.
Read the Newsday and News 12 Long Island investigation on how in both Nassau and Suffolk, marijuana arrests have reached the highest levels in 10 years .