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Joshua Kusterer, 12, Nach Mitschke, 6, and Wyatt Mitschke, 4, salute as they recite the pledge of allegiance during the "Save Our Scouts" prayer vigil and rally in Dallas. Comment?
Earlier in the day during the local and consent calendar, Representative Ruth Jones McClendon killed several bills, one later on the general calendar, that were authored by Senator Huffman. Comment?
Summer typically provides time for college students to relax, spend time with friends, travel and take their minds off of school for a while, but that won't be true for two University of Maryland volleyball players. Comment?
GOP senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz have arrived at the contentious issue of immigration from very similar backgrounds. Comment?
With the economic impact of the Eagle Ford Shale more than doubling from $25 billion in 2011 to $61 billion in 2012, officials are working on how to keep the South Texas boom from going bust. Comment?
In pickups, seat belts reduce the risk of injury by 60 percent because pickups are twice as likely to roll over as passenger vehicles. Comment?
The Senate Nominations Committee unanimously approved three nominees to the UT System Board of Regents Tuesday after putting them on the chopping block just one day ago and interrogating them about how they felt about UT-Austin President William Powers Jr. Comment?
On May 2, 2013, Governor Perry signed the Texas Uniform Trade Secrets Act into law. Comment?
The Texas CISPA bill could soon affect the ability of Texas users to access specific websites -- and every website and Internet provider in the country that serves data to Texans will be forced to comply with the law. Comment?
Great news! A pair of bills backed by the Texas Electronic Privacy Coalition were amended onto a Senate bill in the Texas House of Representatives - one requiring warrants for police to access cell-phone location data and another instituting a warrant requirement for emails stored with a third party. Comment?
Heres a look at some of the bills the Texas Legislature has approved and Gov. Comment?
The president and chief executive officer of The Associated Press on Sunday called the government's secret seizure of two months of reporters' phone records "unconstitutional" and said the news cooperative had not ruled out legal action against the Justice Department. Comment?
Andrew M. Greenwell, James R. Harris, Patrick P. Rogers, for Porter, Rogers, Dahlman & Gordon, P.C.David W. Robertson, Mark W. Long, Thomas Wyatt Robertson, Vincent L. Marable III, for Nalle Plastics Family Limited Partnership. Comment?
EL PASO COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT d/b/a R.E. Thomason General Hospital, et al., Petitioners v. TEXAS HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION and Thomas Suehs, Executive Commissioner, Respondents. Comment?
When it comes to high school football teams running through those huge banners before a game, some Texas high school cheerleaders can say, "Here's your sign." They have what Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe cheerleaders and students once had. Comment?
BRADENTON, Fla. -- I suddenly started feeling sorry for Gov. Rick Perry last night. Comment?
Trying to lift a sagging blimp of poll numbers, seven trailing candidates for the GOP presidential nomination huffed and puffed as Texas Gov. Comment?
A piece that appeared in Rolling Stone a few weeks ago outlined the unique brand of crazy that is U.S Rep. Comment?
The law would require state officials to screen applicants to see whether they might abuse drugs. Comment?
About 15 years ago, you were greeted with, "You've got mail," when you turned on your computer. Comment?