If your property taxes stink in Texas, they stink from the top down.
If nannies on the City Council have their way, you can still own guns in Baltimore, just nothing that looks like them.
Construction of the new Army medical center at Fort Bliss in El Paso is almost two years behind schedule and could be more than $100 million over budget before it’s completed.
More than 250 people have moved from Google and related firms to the federal government or vice versa since President Barack Obama took office.
Residents and businesses in Cobb County, Georgia, were fleeced by their local government to help pay for the construction of the Atlanta Braves’ new home.
Philadelphia’s new soda tax was sold as a way to help kids, but trade and teachers unions — and city government — also stand to be big winners from the 1.5 cents-per-ounce tax approved last week.
A fugitive from Texas is out as mayor of Buckhannon, West Virginia. But he remains on the city payroll.
Minneapolis-based Indeed Brewing is putting a new name on one of its popular spring beers after getting in trouble with the federal government.
Gun rights advocates in Vermont say Hillary Clinton’s comment about guns used in New York crimes is not only wrong, but a malicious lie.
A Texas man who became a West Virginia mayor has a closet full of baggage, including a longstanding arrest warrant, alleged misuse of a city gas card and two unverified college degrees from the Lone Star State.