Jeff Sessions Resigns As Attorney General"At your request, I am submitting my resignation," Sessions wrote to the president Wednesday.
Texas AG Slams Fort Worth ISD Over Human Sexuality CurriculumIn a letter from the Texas Attorney General, the state demands Fort Worth ISD give parents access to the curriculum for the human sexuality class.
Texas AG Wants Judge To Declare DACA UnlawfulAttorney General Ken Paxton is leading a seven-state coalition suing the federal government over the DACA program.
AG Sessions Fires Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabeThe move, which had been expected, was made on the recommendation of FBI disciplinary officials.
Sessions Defends Himself To Congress, Says He Never LiedAttorney General Jeff Sessions strongly defended himself Tuesday.
Texas Attorney General Won't Face Charges In Bribery ProbeProsecutors have closed a bribery investigation against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton after the Republican received a $100,000 donation to his legal defense fund from an executive who recently settled a Medicare fraud suit with the state.
Court Blocks Order That Voided Prosecutor Pay In Paxton CaseAn appeals court has blocked a lower court's ruling that prevented special prosecutors in Paxton's felony securities fraud case from collecting a six-figure payment.
Trump Intensifies Criticism Of His Attorney GeneralPresident Donald Trump took a new swipe at Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday, referring to him in a tweet as "beleaguered" and wondering why Sessions isn't digging into Hillary Clinton's alleged contacts with Russia.
California AG Bans State Travel To Texas, 3 Other StatesCalifornia's attorney general blocked state-funded travel to Texas and three other states on Thursday in response to what he considers anti-LGBT rights laws enacted this year.
Consumer Justice: Customers Upset With Security CompanyLauren McCall and Cameron Aston of Gainesville were in the market for a home security system. So, they didn't mind too much when a Vivint salesman stopped by unannounced in late April.
Target Agrees To Pay $18.5 Million Over Data BreachThe breach affected more than 41 million customer payment card accounts, along with contact information for more than 60 million customers.