Gov't Watchdog: HUD Secretary Violates Hatch ActA government watchdog says the nation's housing secretary violated a law prohibiting government officials from using their office for partisan politics when he promoted her candidacy during a media interview.
Attorney General Lynch To Face Questions On Policing, Clinton InvestigationAttorney General Loretta Lynch likely faces questions about policing and race, as well as her department's decision not to bring charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of private email while secretary of state, in a House hearing.
Downtown Dallas County Buildings To Re-Open Monday, Some Streets Still ClosedMany Dallas County building that were closed following the shooting in the downtown area on Friday are reopening Monday for regular business.
State's Withholding Of Professional Licenses ExaminedCourt records show the Texas Department of Public Safety has denied professional licenses to people accused of something as little as stealing socks or sleeping in an abandoned house while homeless.
Dallas Co. DA Office Says No Return Date For DA Susan HawkThe Dallas County District Attorney's office says it has no return date for DA Susan Hawk who is taking another leave of office while being treated for severe depression.
New Concerns For Obamacare: Insurance Rates Going UpFresh problems for "Obamacare": The largest health insurer in Texas wants to raise its rates on individual policies by an average of nearly 60 percent
Justice Dept. Pushes Back Against Texas Judge's Immigration SanctionsThe Justice Department told Judge Hanen on Tuesday that there's insufficient evidence to show that the government withheld information or intentionally deceived the judge or the states.
Dallas Co. DA Susan Hawk Taking Leave Of Office For Mental HealthA statement released from the Dallas County D.A.'s office Friday states that Susan Hawk is currently seeking new treatment for her mental health issues.
Oil Bust Sends Texas Budget Writers Back To WorkThe biggest Texas oil bust in decades has lawmakers taking stock of the fallout as other energy producing states slash spending.
Looming East Coast Blizzard Forces Government Shutdown, Affects TravelThe National Weather Service says the blizzard about to hit the Eastern United States could rank near the top 10 ever to hit the region.
Feds Sue Volkswagen Over Emissions-Cheating Software In Diesel CarsFederal authorities are suing Volkswagen over emissions-cheating software found in nearly 600,000 vehicles sold in the United States.
Texas Department Of Agriculture Increases More Than 100 Fees More than 100 fees related to agriculture production are going up this year in Texas, but the added costs to produce food likely won't be passed on to consumers.