Two children were involved in a fatal car accident on East Loop 820 Freeway at Craig Street where multiple vehicles were involved. One of the girls was taken to the hospital and the other died, police said.
Another unplanned outage at Mississippi's Grand Gulf nuclear power plant is adding to regulators concerns that reliability problems at the largest single-unit nuclear power plant in the United States may be affecting power markets.
At internment camps where China forces up to 1 million ethnic minority Muslims to give up their language and religion, detainees are sewing sportswear that can end up on US university campuses and sports teams.
President Donald Trump and Democratic lawmakers are in a standoff over funding the government and the main sticking point is Trump's demand for $5 billion to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border; here's a look the project's status.
A West Texas man has pleaded guilty in the death of his 18-year-old stepdaughter who authorities say was repeatedly subjected to sexual abuse before she was fatally stabbed and her uterus was cut from her body.
A former U.S. prosecutor hired by the University of Texas says a state senator accused of sending sexually explicit text messages to a graduate student blamed them on someone else and didn't fully cooperate with investigators.
The Russian-based Internet Research Agency used two social media accounts in particular – “Heart of Texas” on Facebook and @rebeltexas on Instagram – to spread falsehoods and exert divisions during the 2016 elections, according to a new report.
Janice Dotson-Stephens, 61, died in the Bexar County Detention Center annex, of natural causes, according to the medical examiner’s office. She was in jail since July, on just a $300 bond for criminal trespass.
Bahia Amawi, a speech specialist at Pflugerville Independent School District, says her contract was not renewed after a Texas law discouraging state entities from doing business with anti-Israel parties passed.