When a family doctor spoke out about insurance companies ruining his practice, few expected his appeal would still resonate 27 years later.
In a week marked by militant rhetoric at CPAC—including Ted Cruz’s promise to “fight the barbarians”—the former president vowed to inflict a “crippling defeat”...
The damages awarded this week in Austin are only the beginning of the likely end of Jones and Infowars. But it remains to be...
“The globalists can all go to hell,” the authoritarian populist said at CPAC. “I have come to Texas.”
Even when Bush was a complete political newcomer, Burka could see his potential to change Texas and usher in a yet-to-end Republican dynasty.
Plaintiffs’ attorney Mark Bankston and F. Andino Reynal, who represents Infowars in the case, both have distinct challenges. Last week, their tensions boiled over.
A New Book Exposes the Junk Science That Leads to Wrongful Convictions. Its Unlikely Hero Is a Texan.
On Wednesday in Austin, the head of the Texas Forensic Science Commission will interview the author of the latest forensic-science takedown.
The trial this week in Austin to determine what Infowars owes in damages for defaming Sandy Hook parents could have had huge free-speech implications....
Franklin Bynum has tried to reform the Harris County criminal justice system from within. That's made him a target of the district attorney.
Two brothers in Dallas tried for years to correct the misspellings and omissions. Now they’re heartbroken.
A jury in Austin, selected on Monday, is about to grapple with that surprisingly complicated question.
Across the state, Texans are experiencing record-high temperatures, but we might be recalling this summer fondly some day.
Homeowners in hot housing markets got a nasty surprise when their appraisals arrived this spring. Here’s what happened when some of them tried to...
Lucas Denney was staying on a ranch that documents suggest belongs to an official who helped pen the border county’s “invasion” declaration.
At this weekend’s convention in Dallas, a contentious election for party chair revealed racial and gender-based fault lines.
Dallas brothers Hal and Ted Barker, who have spent decades studying Korean War deaths, believe the wall is riddled with omissions and errors.
After KVUE and the Austin American-Statesman published video from inside Robb Elementary, one policeman incorrectly became a symbol of larger failures.