'The Final Word Is Going To Be The Supreme Court': Sen. John Cornyn Reacts To US Vs Texas Lawsuit Over Abortion Law"My suspicion is they (Supreme Court) will be the final word and not the Texas legislature on what the law is in this very controversial area," said U.S. Sen. John Cornyn.
Southwest Airlines Sued By Pilots' Union Over COVID-19-Related ChangesThe union says any changes that affect pay or working conditions must be negotiated, but that Southwest has made unilateral changes even while the two sides are at the bargaining table.
Mexican Government Takes Aim At US Gun Manufacturers, Sues Over Toll Of Arms TraffickingThey argue that the negligent and illegal commercial practices of U.S. gun manufacturers and distributors have unleashed tremendous bloodshed in their country -- now the Mexican government is suing.
Tyler Skaggs' Family Sues Angels, Former Employees For Negligence In Drug-Related Death In North TexasSkaggs, 27, was found dead in his Southlake hotel room on July 1, 2019, before the start of what was supposed to be a four-game series against the Texas Rangers.
Family Battles Scarborough Renaissance Festival And Texas Law Over Sexual Assault On FairgroundsEllis County records show the sheriff department was called to the festival three times since 2013 by victims claiming to be assaulted by employees.
Texas Congressman Among House Members Suing Over Use Of Metal DetectorsA congressmen from Texas has joined a Georgia lawmaker filing a federal lawsuit claiming that using metal detectors to screen members of Congress is unconstitutional and that the security measure is being used unfairly against Republicans.
Texas Workers File Suit After Hospital Requires Them To Get COVID VaccineSome employees at a Texas hospital are taking their employer to court over its requirement that all workers get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Texas Attorney General Says $29 Million In Electric Bills Will Be Forgiven After Suing Griddy EnergyDespite wholesale electricity provider Griddy filing for bankruptcy on March 15, on Tuesday Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that the company will forgive $29 million in electric bills.
Texas Attorney General Files Suit Against Power Provider GriddyDays after the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) shutdown Griddy in Texas, the state attorney general's office has filed suit against the wholesale electricity provider.
'This Isn't Right,' Thousands Of Garland Renters Still Without Running Water"I'm pregnant right now,” one tenant said. “There's no running water. We're having to go to the bathrooms in bags and bring our waste to the trash cans."
Texas AG Ken Paxton Seeks $43M In Public Funds To Hire Outside Lawyers For Suit Against GoogleThrough public records requests, the AP obtained contracts Paxton signed last month with two big-name law firms and a letter informing lawmakers of them.
Texas Democratic State Rep. Chris Turner 'Pressing For Answers' On AG Ken Paxton's Lawsuit Against 4 Swing States Biden Won“Through an incomplete response to my public information request, we have so far learned that the taxpayers of Texas are on the hook for about $12,000 in printing costs," said Rep. Turner of Grand Prairie.
Federal Court Reverses Decision Dismissing Claims Against City Of Dallas In Botham Jean's Murder By Officer Amber GuygerThe federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of Dallas is now allowed to proceed once an amended lawsuit is filed.
Texas, 9 Other States Sue Google Over 'Anticompetitive Practices, Deceptive Misrepresentations'The lawsuit alleges that Google monopolized or attempted to monopolize products and services used by advertisers and publishers in online-display advertising.
Electors Vote Monday To Formally Confirm Joe Biden As Winner Of 2020 Presidential ElectionElectors from 50 states and the District of Columbia will gather across the country to cast their votes on December 14 in the Electoral College and declare the winner of the 2020 presidential election.