The Biden administration is taking Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to court over an executive order he issued earlier this week targeting the transport of migrants recently released from US Customs and Border Protection custody.
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Police said the shooter, who was struck multiple times with at least one brick, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Oklahoma and Texas took the first formal step toward moving to the Southeastern Conference.
Some freaky-looking creatures are out looking for mates this summer.
As the new school year quickly approaches, at least nine of the 20 largest school districts in the US are making masks optional for students in school while another nine are requiring masks.
Eighteen states have enacted 30 new laws that make it harder to vote, according to a new tally by the liberal-leaning Brennan Center for Justice that tracks state activity through July 14.
The Texas Senate passed a bill Friday that will no longer require public schools to teach about slavery nor about the Ku Klux Klan’s ideologies and actions as “morally wrong.”
Jeff Bezos blasted off Tuesday on the first flight of his space travel company with people on board, becoming the second billionaire in just over a week to ride his own rocket.
Six people were injured due to a home explosion in Plano, Texas, that also damaged two other homes, according to Plano Fire-Rescue Lt. Daniel Daly.
Two more Texas lawmakers who left their state to hobble efforts to pass new voting restrictions have tested positive for the coronavirus, raising to five the number of infected people in the delegation.