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.
by Bryce Covert May 23, 2016
55 people who couldn't afford bail died while waiting for their trials in the Harris County Jail.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso May 19, 2016
A new study documents just how much the fracking process is contributing to earthquakes in Texas.
by Samantha Page May 17, 2016
Texas is standing up for Exxon's right to say whatever it wants -- even if it did know climate change was an issue four decades ago.
by Zack Ford May 12, 2016
Without the legislature in session, Texas Republicans are finding other ways to come out against transgender equality.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 5, 2016
"Today, we are glad a judge has agreed to halt, at least temporarily, the appalling practice of labeling family prisons as childcare facilities."
She defines her life between border checkpoints.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee May 3, 2016
Advocates have criticized the facility operators for mistreating mothers and children.
by Ryan Koronowski Apr 29, 2016
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Texas led the way.