Judge Denies Request To Delay Texas Voter ID LawsuitA long-running lawsuit over the contentious voter ID law will move forward in federal court. A judge on Friday denied a request from the U.S. Justice Department and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to delay the case.
New Voter ID Bill Prompts Texas To Ask Court For More TimeTexas wants a long-running voter ID lawsuit put on hold now that Republican lawmakers are proposing legislation that would comply with a federal court's ruling last year that found the existing law discriminatory.
Special Prosecutors Will Force AG Ken Paxton To Face 2 Criminal TrialsThe alleged wrong-doing took place before Paxton was elected Attorney General in November 2014.
Hearing Today Ahead Of Fraud Trial Of Texas AG Ken PaxtonHe's no stranger to the courtroom, but this time around he’s the one on trial. Today the criminal case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is headed back to the Collin County Courthouse.
Texas AG Files Brief In Support Of Trump Travel BanAttorney General Ken Paxton filed documents with the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday asking the court to reconsider its decision not to immediately reinstate the ban.
Prosecutors: Collin County Jury Pool For Texas AG's Trial TaintedSpecial prosecutors want Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's criminal trial on securities fraud charges moved from North Texas over claims that his hometown supporters have tainted the jury pool.
Former US Senator Calls For Case Against Texas AG To Be DroppedA former Republican presidential candidate calls the criminal case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton a political smear campaign from within his own party.
Texas Attorney General's Criminal Fraud Trial Set For MayTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is set to stand trial on criminal securities fraud charges in May.
Paxton Says State Complying With Foster Care OrderThe state attorney general's office is challenging a federal judge's ruling that Texas is not complying with an earlier directive that foster children shouldn't be placed in any group home that doesn't have 24-hour supervision.
Texas Sues School District Over Charlie Brown DecorationTexas' attorney general has sued one of the state's school districts over its removal of a decoration that included a biblical verse recited by Linus in the 1960s TV special "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Guns At Zoos? Texas Says No While Struggling To Tame RulesMore than a year after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott made firearms, including openly holstered weapons, legal in more places in the state, disputes remain over where guns are allowed — much to the frustration of advocates on both sides of the debate.
Court Grants Nationwide Injunction Against Overtime RuleThe U.S. District Court in Texas granted a preliminary injunction against the Department of Labor’s overtime pay rule, which was scheduled to go into effect on December 1.