Fresh off of their victory in federal court, a group known for demonstrating while carrying guns will gather again, this time in Arlington.
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit that had been filed against officials who had rejected a group’s petition for a customized Texas license plate featuring the Confederate battle flag.
The Supreme Court says public sector unions can’t collect fees from home health care workers who object to being affiliated with a union.
Prosecutors have dropped a case against a teacher accused of exchanging sexually explicit texts with a 13-year-old student, alleging that an appeals court ruling found them to be protected speech.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has approved an assault weapons ban, this despite the objections of two Texas Senators.
A judge ruled Thursday that a group of East Texas cheerleaders should be allowed to continue quoting biblical scripture on banners at high school football games.
CBS News reported Tuesday that YouTube has been blocked in both Bangladesh and Pakistan, in order to prevent further viewing of the 14-minute trailer for “The Innocence of Muslims.”
A judge in San Antonio has ordered two educators to apologize to an agnostic family in a lingering school prayer dispute.
A court says two Plano school principals are immune from liability for stopping students from handing out Christian candy cane pens.
My inbox has been filled lately with emails from folks asking why I’m so aggravated over this situation with the proposed mosque/Islamic center near Ground Zero.