Joseph Rudolph Wood's lethal injection took almost two hours.
CalCloud aims to transform government IT infrastructure in the Golden State.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security will coordinate relief efforts and provide equipment to manage the 400-square-mile blaze.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday accuses Tennessee of denying coverage to low-income patients.
State legislatures threatened to take the FCC to court to protect restrictions on municipal broadband networks.
The state government is urging water conservation. But some cities are issuing citations for not keeping lawns green.
Several members of the commission said they felt limited by the governor's office.
A new public-records tool in the nation’s capital comes amid criticism of Mayor Vincent Gray’s government.
Halbig v. Burwell threatens to undo the Obamacare subsidies that millions of people in more than half the country rely on to buy insurance.
Why would you spend millions of dollars sending troops to the border who can't actually detain anyone? That's what some Texas sheriffs of border towns are asking.
When mayors put their stamps on cities, their legacies often remain physically.