Texas Judge Orders Border Wall Fundraiser Not to Build
A South Texas judge has ordered supporters of President Donald Trump not to build their planned private border wall on a section of land near the Rio Grande.
Iran Leader Calls for ‘Islamic Mercy’ After Bloody Crackdown
The report Wednesday comes after authorities acknowledged security forces shot and killed demonstrators nationwide.
Trump Calls Trudeau ‘Two-Faced’ As Palace Gossip Goes Viral
The Canadian Prime Minister was recorded gossiping about the U.S. President during a NATO gathering in the UK.
Texas Leaves State AGs Antitrust Suit vs T-Mobile-Sprint
The coalition of state attorneys general suing to stop the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile has lost another state, Texas, two weeks before trial is scheduled to begin.
Memorial Unveiled to Victims of Texas Walmart Mass Shooting
A memorial was unveiled Saturday honoring the 22 people who were killed in a recent mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas.
EPA Ends Safety Rules Put in Place After Deadly Texas Blast
The EPA is scaling back chemical plant safety measures that were put in place after a Texas fertilizer plant explosion in 2013 that killed 15 people.
Trump Suggests He May Give Written Testimony in House Probe
President Donald Trump suggested Monday he might be willing to offer written testimony in the House impeachment inquiry.
Fire Damages Grounds for New Braunfels’ Wurstfest
Fire destroyed one building and damaged another last week on the grounds for an annual festival celebrating German culture in the Texas city of New Braunfels.
Texas Appeals Court Blocks Inmate Rodney Reed’s Execution
The stay of execution by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals came just hours after the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles had recommended delaying the lethal injection.
Battle Lines Harden As Trump Impeachment Inquiry Goes Public
Day One of the rare public House hearings — only the fourth formal impeachment effort in U.S. history — set the contours for a political struggle.