Attorney General Greg Abbott
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is facing heat for his about face on joining the U.S. Justice Department’s lawsuit to block the proposed merger between American Airlines and US Airways.
Politicians across the state are announcing their candidacies and hiring campaign workers, but the ongoing battle over redistricting could again delay the March primaries and make life difficult for incumbents.
The Obama administration opened an aggressive new front in the battle over voter protection Thursday, singling out Texas for legal action.
Before a standing room only crowd in his hometown of Duncanville, Greg Abbott repeated what he started Sunday — he’s running for Governor. “I’m fighting for everyday, hard-working middle-class Texans who work on Main Street.”
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is wasting no time in beginning his official campaign to succeed Rick Perry as governor.
Attorney General Greg Abbott, who is widely expected to run for governor, says he raised a record $4.7-plus million in the last two weeks of June.
AUSTIN (AP) — No matter what Gov. Rick Perry announces on Monday, his decision will transform politics in Texas. If the state’s longest-serving governor chooses to retire, then at least six out of nine elected […]
GRANBURY (AP) – Gov. Rick Perry says the tornado-wrought devastation in a North Texas neighborhood is almost incomprehensible. Perry toured Granbury on Friday, two days after a tornado left six people dead in the city […]
Top Texas Republicans are joining abortion opponents for an Austin rally marking the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision.
Attorney General Greg Abbott’s office announced the deal on Friday with Pfizer Inc. and Endo Pharmaceuticals. Each company will pay $18.1 million and attorney’s fees.
The Texas attorney general’s office has filed 24 lawsuits against the federal government since President Barack Obama took office — litigation that has cost the state $2.58 million and more than 14,113 hours working those cases.
A federal judge has denied the state of Texas a stay of his injunction that blocks enforcement of parts of the state’s new voter registration laws.