Lawmakers Say Edward Snowden Is No WhistleblowerAn intelligence committee report is calling NSA leaker Edward Snowden a "serial exaggerator and fabricator" who does not fit the profile of a whistleblower. Snowden's attorney denounces the committee's report.
NCAA Pulls Championship Events Out Of North Carolina Over Controversial LawThe NCAA has now joined the NBA and other organizations pulling its official events out of the state of North Carolina due to concern over the state's House Bill 2.
Reaction To Hawk's Resignation Mixed, Mostly PositiveAfter a long Labor Day weekend of rumors swirling around the Crowley Courts building in Dallas, Susan Hawk officially resigned as District Attorney and many people have plenty to say about it.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Raping Teen He Lured OnlinePolice in Dallas have arrested a 25-year-old man for sexual assault of a child, online solicitation of a minor and possession of child pornography.
Deputies Arrest Man For Kiddie Porn Possession, Find Weapons CacheDeputies in Navarro County arrested a 79-year-old man for possession of child pornography and found a cache of weapons and ammunition at his home.
Police: Lawyer, 32, Charged With Indecency With ChildPolice in Dallas arrested a man and charged him Thursday with two counts of indecency with a child.
New Texas Women's Health Program Has Family Planning FocusOfficials have unveiled an overhauled state-run women's health program providing care to low-income Texans -- including a renewed push for family planning services once offered by Planned Parenthood.
Rockwall Man Sentenced For Producing, Transporting Child PornChristian C. Winchel, 49, of Rockwall was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison for multiple child pornography offenses involving prepubescent child pornography.
Dallas Woman Pleads Guilty To Making Harassing CallsA Dallas woman has pleaded guilty to federal charges of making multiple harassing phone calls to university and municipal police departments throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Texas Abortions Fell Sharply Under Law Supreme Court VoidedAbortions in Texas plummeted about 15 percent during the first year after approval of tough restrictions that the U.S. Supreme Court has since struck down -- a decline that activists say shows how hard it had become to get an abortion in America's second-largest state.
Texas May Not Restore Lost Abortion Clinics Despite SCOTUS RulingTexas lost more than half of its 41 abortion clinics in the three years since former Republican Gov. Rick Perry signed a sweeping anti-abortion law that justices largely dismantled in a 5-3 ruling Monday.
Court Upholds Texas Rules In Veterans Education ProgramA federal appeals court has upheld a much-watched Texas program that promises free college educations to military veterans if they lived in the state when they enlisted.