A rogue surgeon’s long Texas career left behind damaged and dead people—and a cautionary tale of how far a wealthy physician can go before anyone stops him.
Despite the presence of anti-LGBTQ+ protesters, over 150 people attended the first story time event in Wolfforth, a small suburb of Lubbock.
What criminalized abortion looked like in Texas before 1973, and what it may look like after 2022.
Women reflect on the illegal abortion they received before the Supreme Court's 1973 decision—and their fears for the future.
After billions went missing, the Mexican state of Veracruz turned to a prominent trial lawyer to recover money that was allegedly laundered in the Houston suburbs. But the unusual quest appears to be foundering.
The public discourse on firearms is so warped, even liberals fear stating the obvious: We need to ban them.
The 1836 Project—the GOP's taxpayer-funded "patriotic education"—will indoctrinate unsuspecting domestic migrants with fables about Texas history.
The South has risen again, which means anything that involves substantive due process and privacy is done and gone.
In 2016, a League City man stabbed his ex-wife to death. Why does his family have custody of their child?
I thought remote instruction during the pandemic would be the worst of it. I was wrong.