“It just slaps the federal immigration law right in the face,” said a federal judge in Austin.
A major U.S. Supreme Court case could be on the horizon as the Lone Star State takes international matters into its own hands.
House Bill 4 would turn local police into border enforcers—with new unchecked power.
The state is proposing to approve a 17-year-old standard that leading scientists and public health officials call inadequate.
From bullying legislators to co-opting church pulpits, the governor and the billionaires behind him are determined to defund public schools.
Capitol-area performers remain committed to their art in the face of persecution.
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.
Texas Health and Human Services Commission and legislators don’t stick up for disabled Texans and those who care for them.
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.