Report: U.S. Still Needlessly Separating Migrant Families At BorderMonths after the Trump administration announced an end to its wide-scale separation of migrant parents and children, the policy remains a heated issue in the courts and at the border.
After Nearly A Month Texas Secretary Of State Apologizes For Flawed Noncitizen Voter ListTexas' election chief has apologized for releasing a botched list of nearly 100,000 voters whose citizenship was called into question before being fully vetted.
Texas Secretary Of State Comments Since Sharing Flawed Noncitizen Voter ListSecretary of State David Whitley spoke publicly Thursday for the first time since his office questioned the citizenship of thousands of Texas voters.
Lawyer: Feds Unexpectedly Drop Charges Against 17 ImmigrantsA civil rights group attorney says federal prosecutors unexpectedly dropped misdemeanor charges against 17 adult immigrants who crossed the border with children.
Rights Groups Object To Texas Superintendent's Threat To Punish Protesting StudentsCivil rights groups have warned a Texas school district superintendent that his threat to punish students who protest current gun laws may violate their constitutional free speech rights.
Gov. Abbott Takes Steps To Reduce Rape In Texas Prisons'Texas has taken significant steps to eliminate prison rape;' these are the words Governor Abbott wrote in a compliance letter to U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch.
Report Criticizes Number Of Texas Prisoners Held In SolitaryA study by the Texas Civil Rights Project and American Civil Liberties Union is critical of what the organizations contend is overuse of solitary confinement in Texas prisons.
Family Files Suit Over Texas Inmates & Air ConditioningA North Texas family has filed a federal lawsuit against the state, after a man died in a prison that didn’t have air conditioning. Larry Gene McCollum suffered heat stroke last summer, while serving time at the Hutchins State Jail in Dallas.