A judge declared a mistrial this week in the murder trial of Billy Chemirmir, leaving the families of more than 20 victims waiting for answers.
Fear and propaganda weren’t enough to save an expensive proposal to swell the police department in Texas’ bluest city.
Civil rights lawyer Lee Merritt, who represented George Floyd’s family, on running for Texas attorney general and ending “comply or die” policing.
In Texas, dying in jail is “par for the course.”
A new book illustrates how complaints are often suppressed—even in the case of a Galveston judge who sexually assaulted employees in his chambers.
What Texas prisons have against Michelle Alexander, Frederick Douglass, and Alice Walker.
Jalen McKee-Rodriguez, San Antonio’s first openly gay council member, wants a local civil rights office to investigate the kind of discrimination he faced as a city staffer.
A former Texas Ranger provides rare insights into the mostly secret system set up to investigate complaints about public officials.