U.S. Justice Department
A federal prison inmate in Texas has pleaded guilty to a hate crime charge after admitting that he beat another prisoner he thought was gay.
Federal prosecutors say two former U.S. military members from Texas have been sentenced for their roles in an alleged scheme among several soldiers that rolled up $244,000 in fraudulent recruiting bonuses.
Closing arguments are set to begin a trial that will determine the fate of Texas’ controversial voter ID law.
The Justice Department has sued AT&T, alleging they improperly billed the government for services that are designed for use by the deaf.
There are “genuine issues” of whether Texas Republicans in the Legislature intentionally discriminated against Hispanics in redrawing the state’s political maps, three federal court judges said in an opinion.
The U.S. Justice Department said that its supervision of the jail has ended after various improvements were made at the facility.
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