by Lauren C. Williams Jun 22, 2015
"If you share it, you're guilty," said Lee Rowland, ACLU senior staff attorney on speech and privacy.
by Katelyn Harrop Jun 22, 2015
Texas is going after low-income women's breast and cervical cancer screenings.
by Samantha Page Jun 19, 2015 Updated: Jun 19, 2015
A new study raises concerns over Texas' fracking boom.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 15, 2015 Updated: Jun 14, 2015
According to a Stanford study, permissive gun laws are associated with a rise in assaults, robberies and rapes.
by Ari Phillips Jun 11, 2015
For the central Texas city of Georgetown, the decision to go 100 percent renewable was a "no-brainer."
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jun 10, 2015
It's unclear why patients need to be in an operating room in order to swallow pills.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 9, 2015 Updated: Jun 9, 2015
A panel of three George W. Bush-appointed judges handed down a sweeping endorsement of the tactics anti-abortion lawmakers adopted in recent years in an effort to prevent abortion clinics from operating.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jun 9, 2015
"I'm out here every day in front of his mansion to let him know that everybody deserves access to affordable and necessary health care."
by Josh Israel Jun 4, 2015
Over his 13 years as governor and his unsuccessful 2012 campaign, he established a record that could haunt his continued national ambitions.
by Ari Phillips Jun 4, 2015
In 2012, the central Texas community of Spicewood Beach ran out of water. The wettest May on record in the state brought a flood of change to the area.