A decade after the largest custody battle in U.S. history, some of those involved speak about their memories.
Texas Monthly writers Katy Vine and Sonia Smith watched "Outlaw Prophet," the new Lifetime movie based on the life of FLDS leader, and it was actually pretty good.
If the church doesn’t appeal a ruling that allows the seizure of the 1,600-acre ranch in Eldorado, it could become property of the state. What will Texas do with the infamous compound?
The world will end this Sunday, on the birthday of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement. Or so warns the imprisoned polygamist leader of FLDS.
What will happen to the fundamentalist Mormon compound?
Rumors indicate that members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints may be leaving the YFZ Ranch.
Are the kids at the Yearning for Zion safe?
The imprisoned polygamist leader, who has put out a dizzying amount of paper from his Palestine prison cell, has warnings for President Obama and the leaders of Mauritania this time.
The convicted polygamist leader tells that Texas Court of Criminal Appeals that, unless he is freed, God will send down "full whirlwind judgements" on the nation.
Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs is the subject of a new A&E Biography documentary set to air Monday night.
A Texas appeals court upheld the child sexual assault conviction of sixty-year-old Allan Keate, an FLDS member and follower of Warren Jeffs.
Aerial photos of the YFZ Ranch outside Eldorado show strange constructions underway at the polygamist compound.
The imprisoned polygamist leader continues to spread his apocalyptic message, spending tens of thousands of dollars on large ads in the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Tennessean.
Texas prison officials suspended Jeffs's cut his line to the outside as they investigate allegations that the polygamist leader used a phone call to preach to his flock on Christmas.
Dispatches from the Warren Jeffs trial in San Angelo.
The child custody battle between the State of Texas and a fundamentalist Mormon sect prompted many people to wonder how 437 kids could have been ripped away from their parents. When the criminal trials of a dozen sect members got under way this month, the question became, Was it really safe to send them home?
On October 26, the first FLDS criminal trial in Texas begins. What legal strategies remain for the defense?
Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs has sent out his third mass mailing of “revelations” from God this year.
A peek at the internal FLDS documents that the state used to convict Warren Jeffs.
When Warren Jeffs fired his attorneys and decided to represent himself in his sexual assault trial, many predicted, accurately, that he would fail miserably. Few realized just what a wild show he would put on.