Pennsylvania mayor must face trial in race killing
- Written by American City & County Administrator
- 3rd July 2001
Phishing in troubled waters: 3 ways email attacks may impact electionsToday’s email attackers are using advanced techniques to supercharge their campaigns. With sophisticated social engineering tactics, automated domain generation, and advanced strains of polymorphic malware, cybercriminals are able to evade traditional detection mechanisms. And with one-quarter of successful phishing breaches executed by state-affiliated actors, politicians and political organizations find themselves targeted by those not only […]
A tale of two (kinds of) citiesThe year 2020 has revealed us as a nation divided – by race, politics and economic well-being. Here’s one more widening divide: clean energy. A new report by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) finds that several dozen U.S. cities are striding toward a clean-energy future – mandating energy efficiency, investing in renewable […]
The top 10 states for voter representation on Election DayAmong all states headed into the 2020 general election, which ones have voting populations that are the most demographically representative of their entire electorates?
Ohio governor wants to ban local governments from regulating single-use plasticsThe pandemic has brought about a slew of new sanitation initiatives, including the discontinued use of reusable bags at many retail locations. Now that more is known about COVID-19 transmission, stores are once again allowing customers to bring their own bags, and cities are hitting play on their sustainability initiatives once again. Ohio Governor Mike […]