4 County Commissioners In Texas Arrested For Alleged 'Vote Harvesting' Scheme In 2018The Gregg County commissioners allegedly got young, able-bodied voters to cast ballots by mail by claiming the voters were disabled.
Prominent Republicans Sue Texas Governor Greg Abbott For Expanding Early Voting During PandemicThey argue Gov. Abbott did not have the power to put in place six additional days of early voting without input from the Texas Legislature, which is out of session this year.
Late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Was In Majority On 3 Big Texas CasesThe cases included upholding the University of Texas policy of considering affirmative action in admissions.
Woman Accused Of Sending Ricin Letters To White House Also Suspected Of Mailing Envelopes To Texas Law EnforcementThe woman suspected of trying to send an envelope containing the poison ricin to the White House is also suspected of sending similar letters with poison inside to several Texas law enforcement agencies.
Landmark US Supreme Court Decisions Since 1789Here is a look at some of the most important cases decided by the US Supreme Court since 1789.
Foot Locker Turning More Than 2000 Stores Into Voter Registration HubsIn an effort to increase youth voter turnout this November, all Foot Locker-owned stores in the U.S will become temporary voter registration sites starting Tuesday.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Urges President Trump To Nominate Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Successor SoonHe called on President Trump to nominate a “principled constitutionalist with a proven record.”
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At 87Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87, the Supreme Court announced Friday.
Texas Supreme Court Allows Green Party Candidates On November BallotThe ruling is the latest in a series of court battles nationwide over third-party candidates and ballot access.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn Joins Other Senators Asking for Drug-Trafficking Information On Dark WebThe senators asked whether the Justice Department has a system that tracks indictments and investigations related to crimes involving the dark web and opioids.
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.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Says He Does Not Want US Supreme Court Job: 'It's Not The Desire Of My Heart'Days after Sen. Ted Cruz was included on President Donald Trump's new list of potential Supreme Court nominees, the Texas Republican says that he does not want the job.
Vote-By-Mail Advocates In Texas Lose AppealA federal appeals court has dealt another blow to vote-by-mail advocates in Texas.
Appeals Court OKs Texas Age Limits For No-Excuse Mail VotingA divided federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Texas can continue allowing no-excuse absentee voting for senior citizens while requiring voters under 65 to provide an excuse if they want an absentee ballot.
Governor Greg Abbott Blasts Dallas City Council For Defunding Dallas Police DepartmentOn Wednesday, a majority of council members voted to cut $7 million from DPD's overtime budget.