Experts speculate that the test is measuring the wrong thing.
Advocates for the equal rights ordinance are calling on Queen B to leverage her clout for the cause.
On the eve of Voting Rights Act's anniversary, a federal court ruled Texas's voter ID discriminates.
The glasses are just the start.
How new low-income housing and a SCOTUS decision could shake things up, and why they desperately needed it.
The Battle for Birth Certificates: Is Denying Them To Children Of Undocumented Immigrants Constitutional?
Ken Paxton asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by 17 families. Here’s why that probably won’t happen.
The high school equivalency test is harder than ever before, and critics in Texas are seeking out other options.
The Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments Friday.
A Texas-shaped pool in Plano is trying to achieve landmark status, which has us thinking about all our favorite things made better when shaped like the Lone Star State.
The two books aim to educate young readers on gender, sexuality, and LGBT history.
High speed rail advocates overcame a hurdle in the legislative session last Thursday, meaning that the bullet train between Dallas and Houston could become a reality. Not everyone’s too happy about that.
Practitioners face an unreasonable set of regulations in Texas, and they’re about to change that.
Rachel Notley, leader of Canada’s far left New Democrats Party, was elected premier of the province of Alberta Tuesday.
More than twenty anti-LGBT bills have been filed this session, but these legislative efforts are facing some unlikely opposition.
We’re talking everything from covert military operations to retaliation against workers’ unions.
By releasing a song called “It’s All Going to Pot,” of course.