The straightforward circumstances of Jean's slaying proved too difficult for the jury to ignore.
The lawsuit is believed to be the first of its kind involving family separation and suicide.
Can’t afford a lawyer? Don't expect justice.
The growing controversy around Bonnen's quid pro quo is about much more than palace intrigue. Fundamentally, it concerns unethical, possibly criminal, behavior on the part of the speaker.
Congressman Roy and Senator Cruz urged Trump to print the census with a citizenship question despite a Supreme Court ruling. That would’ve been a dangerous precedent.
Despite Representative Celia Israel’s emotional, personal testimony, her bill to curtail the discredited practice has little chance of becoming law.
Big-city prosecutors are now driving the conversation around mass incarceration, and some lawmakers and law enforcement officials just can’t abide that.
The potential legislation would be an example of law's "expressive" power, potentially curbing behavior regardless of how many creeps are prosecuted.
Professor emeritus David Anderson's tribute to the late UT president—his colleague, co-author, and friend for 40 years.
The Legislature remains far from allowing recreational use, but baby steps toward decriminalization could come this session.