by Ian Millhiser Jun 27, 2016
Texas set out to gut Roe. They wound up making it stronger.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jun 27, 2016
The anti-abortion movement needs to find a new strategy.
The Supreme Court struck down a Texas anti-abortion law on Monday that threatened to shut down the overwhelming majority of the state's abortion clinics.
Here's how it's already harming the people who live in the state.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 23, 2016
The plaintiffs in this case, led by the state of Texas, appear to have actively shopped around for a trial judge who is openly hostile to immigrants. That strategy has now paid off.
by Zack Ford Jun 10, 2016
These Texas conservatives want their Houston-tested scare tactics to reach a bigger audience.
by Carimah Townes Jun 8, 2016
The detainee was forced to defecate on himself.
by Zack Ford May 25, 2016
Texas and a bunch of other states don't want to respect transgender students.
by Cory Herro May 24, 2016
A forensic biologist told the court there was a “real possibility that the heart submitted was not human.”
by Alice Ollstein May 24, 2016
More than half a million registered Texan voters, the vast majority of them people of color, could be disenfranchised if the law is upheld.