The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is not giving up on its case against Attorney General Ken Paxton. Its Friday decision is the latest blow to Paxton, who's been under a legal cloud for more than a year.Full Story
Paxton weighed in Tuesday on a lawsuit against the city of Austin’s labor agreement with the Austin Firefighters Association.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing the city of Brownsville, calling its $1 bag fee an “illegal sales tax.”
The highest criminal court in Texas said Wednesday it will not hear Ken Paxton's appeal of securities fraud charges, putting the attorney general on the path to a trial in the coming months.Full Story
Republican politicians in Texas ought to be celebrating right now, and for a variety of reasons. But the national election has them looking at the political weather forecasts.Full Story
The attorney general is siding with the Texas Public Policy Foundation in a challenge to Austin's limits on short-term rentals.Full Story
The Obama administration suffered another setback on Monday in its effort to change the country's immigration laws.Full Story
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is helping to lead a 28-state effort to strike down the Clean Power Plan, President Obama's landmark effort to to fight climate change.Full Story
Texas is helping lead a lawsuit against President Barack Obama's administration over a new rule that makes millions of more workers eligible for overtime pay.Full Story
A state lawmaker says he'll file legislation to make sure Texans can play fantasy sports online without repercussions.Full Story
Texas is again taking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to court, this time challenging new rules aimed at slashing methane emissions in the oil patch.
The Texas attorney general’s latest pratfall was the sort of mistake that your average statewide politician is — or ought to be — too paranoid to make.Full Story