Target Agrees To Pay $18.5 Million Over Data BreachThe breach affected more than 41 million customer payment card accounts, along with contact information for more than 60 million customers.
Court Pauses Criminal Case Against Texas' Attorney GeneralA state appeals court has temporarily halted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's criminal case on securities fraud charges as he presses for a new judge.
Court Pauses Criminal Case Against Texas AGThe ruling Tuesday comes as Paxton is scheduled to stand trial in Houston in September on felony accusations that he misled investors in a tech startup.
Paxton Sues To Stop Lawsuits Over 'Sanctuary Cities' BanTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has taken the unusual step of preemptively suing to stop lawsuits that would challenge the state's new 'sanctuary cities' ban, signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday.
Judge To Stay On Paxton Trial Despite Removal RequestJudge George Gallagher will remain on the Ken Paxton case when it gets underway in Houston this September, despite attempts by the Texas attorney general's legal team to have the judge removed.
Texas Insurance Commissioner David Mattax DiesTexas Insurance Commissioner David Mattax has died of cancer. Gov. Greg Abbott said that he was mourning "the loss of a friend, a colleague and a distinguished public servant."
AG Paxton's Trial Starts In SeptemberJury selection is scheduled to begin Sept. 11 in Houston.
Judge Rules Paxton Trial Moved To HoustonThe criminal trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton will move to Houston
Judge Moving Ken Paxton Securities Fraud Case Out Of Collin CountyThe securities fraud trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton won't be starting on May 1st, and it won't be in Collin County.
Key Rulings Expected Thursday In Criminal Case Against Texas AGDuring a hearing Wednesday, the judge expressed concern about keeping the case in Collin County, where Paxton is from.
Unpaid Bills Put Paxton Trial In LimboOn the brink of bringing Texas' attorney general, Ken Paxton, to trial on felony securities fraud charges, the government's prosecutors are threatening to bail out of the case unless they get paid.
CAIR Calls Texas AG's Objection To Muslim Prayer Room A 'Cheap Islamophobic Publicity Stunt'The Texas office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations condemned state Attorney General Ken Paxton's objection to the use of a spare classroom in Frisco ISD by Muslim students to perform daily prayers.