Congress Won’t See Mueller’s Findings Saturday
Mueller has concluded his investigation of Russian election interference and possible coordination with Donald Trump's campaign.
3 Native American Inmates Win Right to Long Hair in Texas
Per a federal judges ruling last month only affects the three inmates at the McConnell Unit near Beeville, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Court Upholds Ruling that Bars Keystone XL Pipeline Work
Yet another legal hurdle emerges in the construction of the Keystone XL Pipline
Gillibrand Officially In 2020 Race, Could Biden Soon Follow?
Gillibrand has spent more than a month visiting states guaging support for a possible run at the White House
2 Bills Could Help Texas Landowners Near Transmission Towers
Republican Rep. Ed Thompson filed a bill that would make it easier for homeowners near utility easements to recover damages if projects lower property values.
Texas Lawmakers Look to Quicken Parole for Youth Offenders
The bill sponsored by Democratic state Rep. Joe Moody, of El Paso, would allow people convicted of capital murder or other first-degree felonies committed when they were under 18 to be eligible for parole after serving half of their sentences or 20 years, whichever is shorter.
American Airlines suspends flights to Venezuela
American was the last major U.S. carrier to fly to the troubled country.
Rangers Tab Lefty Minor as Their Opening Day Starter vs Cubs
New Rangers manager Chris Woodward announced the decision Sunday.