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The U.S. Justice Department wants to ground the proposed $14 billion dollar merger between Fort
Worth-based American Airlines and US Airways.
A federal court determined on Wednesday that Apple unlawfully conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices. In the ruling, the federal judge cited “compelling evidence” from the words of the late Steve Jobs.
Baylor University Medical Center, Baylor Health Care System and HealthTexas Provider Network will pay $907,000 to settle allegations of submitting false claims to the government.
The owner of two medical clinics in Hurst and Houston has plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud for filing nearly $3 million in fraudulent claims.
Gov. Rick Perry wants President Barack Obama to apologize while in Texas for his attorney general’s criticism of the state’s voter ID law.
Speaking to the NAACP in Houston, Attorney General Eric Holder decried the state’s controversial voter ID law as a modern equivalent to Jim Crow-era poll taxes.
The U.S. Department of Justice says there is substantial evidence that Texas’ Voter ID law will discriminate against minorities.
The state of Texas wants to challenge the constitutionality of Section 5 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, a key provision of the historic federal legislation.
More than 100 Hispanic activists took to Dallas City Hall Wednesday, upset with a proposed council redistricting plan that they say will dilute their voting power.
Protesters will gather at Dallas City Hall Wednesday morning to call for changes to the new map for Dallas City Council districts. They’re calling it “Occupy City Hall”, although they have no official ties to the “Occupy Dallas” protest.
Two ongoing legal cases to determine whether new voting maps drawn by the Republican-controlled Legislature discriminate against minorities have cast uncertainty over Texas’ 2012 elections.
She is known as the prosecutor who took on Dallas City Hall in the largest corruption trial in the city’s history. Now Sarah Saldaña is ready to continue fighting public corruption as the new U.S. Attorney for North Texas.