Commissioner John Wiley Price’s attorney says it’s his fault his client was a no-show at federal court on Tuesday. So if Mr. Price still wants the judge to have taxpayers pay for part of his defense in his bribery and tax evasion case, he will have to go to court next week.
A writer linked to the online hacking collective Anonymous has been sentenced to prison for threatening an FBI agent and two other federal counts in a closely watched case.
The NFL Players Association filed a federal lawsuit Monday for Adrian Peterson, asking the court to dismiss an arbitration ruling that upheld the NFL’s suspension of the star running back.
Four more states have joined a Texas-led coalition suing the Obama administration over executive action on immigration.
The Supreme Court allows Texas to use the new voter identification law for November elections.
Members of Open Carry Tarrant County have taken the City of Arlington to court, to challenge the city’s new ordinance that prevents them from passing out literature with their guns in plain view.
A group of retired NFL players says in a lawsuit that the league illegally supplied them with risky painkillers that numbed their injuries and led to medical complications.
A Texas federal judge has denied an emergency motion that would have forced General Motors to tell owners of more than 2 million recalled cars to stop driving them until the ignition switches are replaced.
A federal judge has struck down Texas’ ban on gay marriage and has postponed action pending an appeal.
A federal appeals court heard arguments Monday on whether the state of Texas can enforce a law that led to the closing of several abortion clinics, a case that ultimately appears bound for the U.S. Supreme Court.
A former paramedic in the Texas town of West, where a fertilizer plant explosion killed 15 people earlier this year, was sentenced Wednesday to 21 months in prison after pleading guilty in a pipe bomb case that isn’t linked to the blast.
A federal appeals court didn’t act on an emergency motion Tuesday that would’ve allowed some new abortion restrictions to take effect in Texas, the latest step in a lengthy battle activists on both sides predicted would end up before the U.S. Supreme Court.