Judge Stays ‘Texas 7’ Gang Member Execution for 2nd Time
The execution of a "Texas 7" gang member who killed a police officer has been stayed again because the state refused to provide him with a Buddhist chaplain.
Deadly Ambush Shows Mexico Lost Control of Area
When drug cartel gunmen opened fire on American women and children in northern Mexico, it took authorities 8 hours to arrive.
ABC Says Interview With Epstein Accuser Wasn’t Ready to Air
The accuser, Virginia Roberts, claims Epstein forced her as a teenager into sex with prominent men, including Prince Andrew.
Trump Says Whistleblower Offer Not Enough, Should Testify
President Donald Trump, weighing in on Twitter Monday morning, said the person should appear publicly.
Democrats Push Impeachment Rules Package Through House
The vote, which occurred on Halloween, drew a familiar Twitter retort from Trump: "The greatest Witch Hunt in American History!"
Ex-Dallas Officer Files Notice to Appeal Murder Conviction
Lawyers representing Amber Guyger have filed a notice to appeal her conviction and sentence.
Helicopters Collide Over Texas Ranch, Killing 2 People
Authorities say two small helicopters collided over a ranch in South Texas and killed two men.
Feds: Retailer Broke Law by Selling Rifle in Texas Attack
The Department of Justice wants to add Texas-based Academy Sports and Outdoors as a responsible third party in an ongoing federal lawsuit .
Trump Credits ‘Tough Love’ for Cease-Fire Deal
President Donald Trump credits his threat of sanctions on Turkey as "tough love" that led the country to agree to a five-day cease-fire with Kurds in Syria.
Thornberry of Texas Is Latest House Republican to Retire
Texas congressman Mac Thornberry is the latest House Republican to announce he won't run for reelection.