Texas To Receive Millions From Settlement With Apple In iPhone Throttling CaseTexas will receive millions from Apple after a settlement was reached in a case regarding the throttling of customer's iPhones in 2016, state Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Thursday.
Whistleblowers Sue Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton For Wrongful Firing, RetaliationA lawsuit filed by four Republicans, who all once were senior deputies to Ken Paxton, allege the Texas Attorney General abused his office to benefit himself and retaliated against members of his staff who reported him to the FBI.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Sends Reminder That State Mask Requirement Does Not Apply To Polling SitesAfter receiving reports about poll workers being barred from sites for not wearing a face mask, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued a reminder that the statewide requirement does not apply to polling sites.
Texas Real Estate Developer At Center Of Bribery Claims Threatens To Sue AG Ken Paxton Over Dropped CaseFirst, seven of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's top assistants accused him of improper influence, abuse of office and bribery in relation to an investigation sought by one of his wealthy donors -- Nate Paul. Now, the Republican’s office may have to deal with legal action by the Austin real estate developer.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton: 'I Will Continue To Seek Justice In Texas And Will Not Resign'Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Monday he won't step down after his top assistants accused him of violating the law.
After Calling Aides 'Rogue Employees', Texas AG Ken Paxton Hires Independent Prosecutor To Pursue Abuse Of Office Claims Against HimTexas continues to react after seven top deputies accused Attorney General Ken Paxton of bribery, abuse of office and other criminal offenses. Today Paxton is speaking out just as a Republican congressman calls for his resignation.
Drama Surrounding Texas AG Ken Paxton, City Of San Antonio And Barring Of Chick-Fil-A At Airport ContinuesThe back and forth between Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and the City of San Antonio over the barring of a Chick-fil-A restaurant inside the San Antonio International Airport continues.
Texans Warned To Be Leery Of Price Gouging, Scams In Wake Of Tropical StormsWith the approach of Tropical Storms Marco and Laura, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is warning residents to be leery of price gouging and scams that are seen during times of disaster.
Dallas, Tarrant County Health Leaders Disappointed Texas AG Ken Paxton 'Overruled' School Delay Orders During PandemicTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a legal opinion that says local health authorities can’t issue blanket orders to close schools to prevent COVID-19 cases.
Texas AG Paxton: Religious And Private Schools Don't Have To Follow COVID-19 Public Health OrdersIn a letter simply addressed to 'Religious Private Schools in Texas' Attorney General Ken Paxton made claims that local public health orders attempting to restrict school reopenings violate the U.S. and Texas Constitutions
Supreme Court Refuses To Fast Track Texas Democrats' Case To Expand Vote By MailThe Supreme Court has denied a request from Texas Democrats to fast-track a case concerning access mail-in voting amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Texas Joins Federal Lawsuit To Stop Illegal Robocallers' 'Blatant Invasion Of Privacy'The lawsuit was filed against John C. Spiller, II and Jakob Mears, along with their Texas-based companies Rising Eagle Capital Group LLC and JSquared Telecom LLC.
Federal Judge Orders Expansion Of Mail-In Voting In TexasA federal judge has ordered Texas to allow any of the state’s 16 million voters to cast a ballot by mail over fears of the coronavirus.
Investigation: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Helped Donor Fight Coronavirus LockoutWhen a county in the Colorado mountains banished everyone but locals to prevent the spread of COVID-19, an unlikely outsider raised a fuss: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Texas Suing To Stop Deceptive Robocallers Touting 'Trump Care Health Plans' During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Texas Attorney General's Office said the calls violate the Texas No Call Act and the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.