Texas Seeking Delay In Supreme Court Immigration CaseTexas is asking the Supreme Court for more time to answer the Obama administration's immigration appeal, a delay that probably would prevent the plan to shield millions of immigrants from deportation from taking effect during Barack Obama's presidency.
Justices Agree To Hear First Abortion Case Since 2007For the first time in 8 years, the Supreme Court will hear a major abortion case -- and Texas is at the center of it.
Obama Asks Supreme Court To Save Immigration PlanThe Obama administration will ask the Supreme Court to save the president's plan to shield as many as 5 million immigrants living in the country illegally from deportation, after lower courts blocked it.
Supreme Court Sides With Texas Trooper Over Fatal ShootingThe Supreme Court on Monday sided with a Texas state trooper who was sued after he fatally shot a man fleeing from officers during a 2010 high-speed chase outside Amarillo.
New Obamacare Challenge Reaching Supreme CourtOpponents of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul are taking yet another challenge to the law to the Supreme Court, and say they will be back with more if this one fails.
Dallas Cop Killer Loses Supreme Court AppealA prisoner facing execution for the slaying of a Dallas police officer 14 years ago has lost an appeal.
Texas Clinics File Supreme Court Appeal Of Abortion LawTexas abortion clinics are asking the Supreme Court to take up a major case about abortion rights in the midst of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Texas Inmate Wants To Die, Supreme Court Gives OKThe justices turned down an appeal from Lopez's attorneys who disregarded both his desire to die and lower court rulings that Lopez was competent to make that decision.
2 Texas Executions Likely To Go On This WeekWherever their summer travels have taken them, Supreme Court justices will probably weigh in on plans to execute two death row inmates this week in Texas.
Ken Paxton Faces Contempt Hearing Over Same-Sex Marriage RightsA federal judge has ordered Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to explain why he should not be held in contempt for enforcing state laws that impede gay marriage rights.
Attorneys File Grievance Over AG Paxton's Comments On Same Sex MarriageA letter has been posted on-line, addressed to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. It's a grievance letter, and it talks about Paxton's response to the recent Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage.
Could Texas Abortion Clinics Reopen?Abortion providers cheered a move by the Supreme Court to temporarily block part of a Texas law that would have closed more than half the state's 19 remaining abortion clinics.