A young teen reporter covers the Ken Paxton impeachment on typewriter, serpents fall from the sky and more dispatches from far-flung Texas.
The Senate sided with the Attorney General on every charge. While the historic impeachment trial has ended, there’s plenty more to come.
We don't want to know what he uses for toilet paper.
Giant temporary housing platforms are creating drama in the streets—and putting money in the coffers of Texas cities.
The second week of the impeachment hearings may be the last. But there’s still a lot of ground to cover.
Why won't the Attorney General do his job?
The attorney general and his wife helped promote a company run by an ex-lobbyist accused in court of breaching his fiduciary duty to other firms.
Despite ACLU win in lower court, an appeal by the state means transgender kids and their families will feel the devastating effects of the ban.
Nearly 4,000 pages of exhibits paint the clearest picture yet of the allegations against the attorney general for prolific abuse of power, bribery, philandering, and apparent coverups.
If history repeats itself, the attorney general's wife could prosper even if he goes down in an impeachment trial.