US Lawmakers From Texas Release Statements Following House Votes To Impeach President TrumpU.S. lawmakers from Texas issued statements Wednesday night after the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of justice.
Texas Judge Who Accepted Bribe Money In Beer Boxes Headed To PrisonA former Texas judge has been sentenced to five years in prison after being found guilty of accepting cash bribes in exchange for favorable court rulings.
"The Worst Break Of The Publics’ Trust": Texas Judge Convicted Of Taking BribesA former state district judge in Texas could spend up to 70 years in federal prison after being convicted of accepting bribes.
‘Justice’ Is Merriam-Webster’s Word Of The YearMerriam-Webster has chosen "justice" as its 2018 word of the year, driven by the churning news cycle over months and months.
Former Trump Campaign Chair Manafort Headed To JailPresident Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was ordered into custody after a federal judge revoked his house arrest, citing newly filed obstruction of justice charges.
Trump Tweets 'Absolute Right' To Pardon HimselfPresident Donald Trump says he has "absolute right to PARDON myself" but says has "done nothing wrong" in the Russia probe.
Former US Attorney, Comey Employee Reacts To TestimonyLocal attorney and former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, Richard Roper offered his insight into what James Comey said.
North Texans React To James Comey TestimonyFrom James Comey Bingo to mimosas, a viewing party for the James Comey hearing in Dallas drew the political and the curious.
Political Experts Weigh In On Trump-Russia Investigation"This has been 117 days like we've never seen," said Dr. Jeffrey Engel, the Director of the Center for Presidential History at SMU.
Ex-Dallas Vice Detective Gets 18-Month SentenceA federal judge has sentenced a former Dallas vice detective to 1½ years in prison for passing unauthorized tips about police raids and investigations into prostitution.
Ex-BP Engineer, Texan Convicted On One Obstruction Charge The first criminal trial produced by the Justice Department's sweeping probe of BP's massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico ended Wednesday with a jury convicting a drilling engineer of trying to obstruct investigators by deleting text messages from his cellular phone.