Tillerson: US Still Will Cut Emissions Despite Paris Pullout
It's the first public comment on the decision from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who had urged President Donald Trump not to abandon the deal.
Trump Announces US Pull out From Climate Pact
President Donald Trump has announced that the U.S. will withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, but will begin negotiations to "re-enter either the Paris accord or an entirely new transaction."
Texas Company Sues Alabama School System
A Texas company is suing an Alabama school system over an educational program for young prisoners.
Texas Officials Apologize for Terrorist Award Given Student
A Houston-area school district has disciplined several teachers after a student received a mock award naming her "most likely to become a terrorist."
Woman Jumps From RV, 2 Kids Released Before Man Shoots Self
A woman suffering gunshot wounds jumped from an RV on a Texas highway to escape a gunman before two children were released and the RV was destroyed by fire.
Man En Route to Cemetery for Burial Told Body Found in Plot
Tragedy turned to confusion when a family trying to bury a loved one discovered that someone had already been buried in her plot years before.
AP Source Says Flynn Will Invoke Fifth Amendment
Michael Flynn's decision comes after a committee issued a subpoena for documents as part of a Senate panel's investigation into alleged Russian interference.
Texas Senate Approves ‘Religious Refusal’ Adoption Measure
The measure could prevent adoption agencies from being sued if they don't want to work with adoptive parents who are single, gay or non-Christian.
Texas Unemployment Rate for April Holds Steady at 5 Percent
The Texas unemployment rate held steady during April at 5 percent.
Texas Science Experiment That Left 12 Hurt Blamed on Flame
Investigators say a science experiment gone wrong at a Houston-area preschool, leaving a dozen children hurt, involved methanol and chemical salts.