What Texas prisons have against Michelle Alexander, Frederick Douglass, and Alice Walker.
The Texas Rangers are tasked with investigating corruption and crimes by public officials. Those officials are rarely held accountable.
Almost 50 years after his murder, Dallas is finally taking steps to memorialize Santos Rodriguez. But justice for his family may forever be out of reach.
Winner’s home confinement is part of the longest sentence ever for leaking material to the press—and her family is seeking clemency.
A new documentary, The Phantom, explores the case of Carlos DeLuna and bolsters the disturbingly convincing case that Texas executed the wrong man.
After 45 years, Texas’ longest-serving death row inmate was resentenced last week due to a long history of severe mental illness. But state lawmakers this session again declined to ban the death penalty for people like him.
Using dubious evidence, Texas condemned Clinton Young to death almost 20 years ago. I traveled 3,000 miles to Texas to help him.
Texas lawmakers are confronted with a bleak picture of life inside Texas Department of Criminal Justice facilities every two years. Will they act this year?
Bills before the state Legislature this session would subject precious metal buyers to more scrutiny and protect assisted living residents.