A three-judge panel will start mulling big redistricting questions in San Antonio on Thursday, including how rulings finding discrimination in Texas’ political maps might affect the 2018 election cycle.
Americans are weighing in on President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office, and while some supporters see reason for hope on immigration and the economy, others worry over his proposals for budget cuts and refugees.
Texas Republicans were poised Wednesday to take a big step toward banning "sanctuary cities" in their state, debating a bill through which police chiefs and sheriffs could even be jailed for not cooperating fully with federal immigration authorities.
A federal judge has struck down a Louisiana law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have permission to admit patients to a nearby hospital, citing a U.S. Supreme Court decision against a similar Texas law.
The U.S. Border Patrol has a new acting chief _ the first woman to lead the agency in its 93-year history _ as the Trump administration pursues plans for a wall on the border with Mexico and hiring 5,000 agents.
A San Francisco-based renewable energy company wants Mississippi regulators to approve a $1.4 billion power transmission line that would carry electricity from wind generated in Texas to the Southeast.