A major U.S. Supreme Court case could be on the horizon as the Lone Star State takes international matters into its own hands.
The Observer follows Food Not Bombs volunteers fighting against Bayou City’s anti-food sharing ordinance.
The state has issued only two new coal mining permits in 10 years to a company with a controversial environmental legacy.
Texas’ border wall is rearing its head—concerns about wildlife, public thrift, and property rights notwithstanding.
Researchers have identified dozens of members of the white nationalist group—and no, they’re not “feds.”
House Bill 2127 preempts local governments from enacting legislation in eight areas—with potentially deadly results.
Losers included taxpayers, teachers, trans youths, and anyone who uses electricity.
A year later, law enforcement has faced nothing approaching systemic accountability for failures at Robb Elementary.
Low-income Texans depend on family planning clinics. The clinics depend on a program that's in trouble.
Shandra Hodge speaks out about her son’s death at the hands of state troopers in 2019.