Companies partner with state agencies to engage students in career planning and experiential learning opportunities

The DATA Act will allow taxpayers and lawmakers to track every dollar spent by federal agencies and more easily identify fraud, waste and abuse in order to create a more efficient government.

Today we mark Equal Pay Day in the General Assembly. Equal Pay Day marks the extra time the average American women would need to work to earn as much as her average male counterpart did in the previous years.

McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission decision further dismantles protections against the influence of money in our elections

Last week Governor Jack A. Markell signed H.B 259 into law after it passed unanimously in the House and Senate.

Rep. Darryl Scott has announced that he will not seek reelection this year to the House of Representatives seat he has held since 2008.

Delaware’s snowy winter has been especially difficult for the thousands in our state who can’t find good jobs to support themselves and their families, or who feel trapped in jobs that don’t pay them enough to meet their needs and plan for their futures.

Beginning February 10, 2014 at 8:30 a.m., the New Castle County Recorder of Deeds office will be accepting assignments and satisfactions for the purpose of filing customer’s documents electronically.

“Unemployment insurance is a critical part of our safety net that helps those who have lost a job keep a roof over their heads and food on the table while they search for work,” Senator Coons said.

Congressman, business leaders spread word with visit to Al’s Sporting Goods in Wilmington