Hegar won a contentious runoff election to face Sen. John Cornyn in November and try to shift Texas to Democrats.
Tommy Tuberville beat President Trump's former attorney general, with the president's vociferous support.
The controversial policy had sent thousands of international students into a panic as they risked being deported in the fall.
The Government's Own Experts Say Separating Immigrant Families During The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Add To Their Mental Trauma
Separating families during the pandemic is "nothing less than willful endangerment,” an attorney for the medical experts said.
The Senate runoff election between MJ Hegar and Royce West presents a choice between two different identities for what could be the future of the state’s politics, as Democrats make gains.
Death row inmates unsuccessfully tried to pause federal executions while they challenged the Trump administration’s new lethal injection protocol.
A Judge Blocked The Trump Administration From Carrying Out Lethal Injections Hours Before A Man Was Scheduled To Die
The Justice Department filed an immediate appeal in the case of Daniel Lewis Lee and other death row inmates challenging the administration's new lethal injection protocol.
Stone was convicted of lying to Congress about his communications with WikiLeaks leading up to the 2016 election.
The Forces Fighting Congress’s Bill To End Surprise Billing Are Acting Like They’ve Already Won. They Likely Have.
The private equity firms that profit off of surprise billing and mounted an ad campaign against the legislation have gone dark. It's a sign that the battle in Congress may be over.
Antone Melton-Meaux was virtually unknown. But he's now raising millions in his challenge to Ilhan Omar.
The Trump Administration Told A Judge ICE Should Not Release Parents And Children Who've Been Detained Together
Immigrant advocates said the government’s filing sets up a potential separation of children from their parents in ICE custody.
“I didn’t want to resign, but I wanted to say how kind of hurtful some of the actions of the company have made me feel,” Monica Davis told Equinox when she was fired.
Thomas Cooper of West Virginia is facing eight years in federal prison.
His arrest comes a week after he was spotted eating out a restaurant and when he reportedly refused the terms for his continued release.
Desiree Tims has worked in Washington, and she didn't see people like her — a Black woman who knows what it means to be working-class. Now she's trying to flip a Republican seat in Congress.
The court also ruled Thursday that House Democrats cannot get Trump's financial records for now, sending the case back to the lower courts.
International Students Are Trying To Cope With Trump's Online Class Rule: "America Is Ready To Kick Me Out"
"This week has been one of the most stressful weeks ever."
Tulsa's Top Health Official Said Trump's Rally Likely Contributed To The Surge In COVID-19 Cases There
Dr. Bruce Dart said he and his staff were "[connecting] the dots" between the rally and a surge in local coronavirus cases.
For four days in July, Facebook ran an ad from a page called “White Wellbeing Australia.”
“I'm a poor person… I just don't get how they're comfortable with those losses happening at the bottom. It's just so weird and greedy to me.”
Nandini Jammi is leaving the activist organization she helped build with Matt Rivitz over a dispute about titles, credit, and equality.
The court ruled 7–2 that courts should defer to religious schools to decide which employees qualify as faith leaders who aren’t covered by certain anti-discrimination laws.
The decision watered down the Affordable Care Act's "contraceptive mandate," allowing employers and universities to opt out of providing health insurance coverage for contraception for religious or moral reasons.
Payday loan interest rates can top 600%. Tuesday’s rule allows payday lenders to approve people without considering if they can afford to pay them back.
Donald Trump won’t wear a mask, even as coronavirus cases rise. But mask-makers are selling loads of masks brandishing his name.
“To further ignore my requests is at best baseless, and at worst a partisan political act,” Sen. Wyden wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday.
“I don’t want to get out in front of the president, but it’s something we’re looking at," Pompeo said.
Atlanta Mayor (And Possible Joe Biden VP Pick) Keisha Lance Bottoms Has Tested Positive For COVID-19
Bottoms, who has gained national attention for her response to police killings, is in serious contention to be Joe Biden's running mate.
"Love should come naturally as people are taught to hate. Even when it's hate from the POTUS," Wallace, the only Black full-time driver on NASCAR's top circuit, tweeted.
More Than Three Years After The Standing Rock Protests, A Judge Ordered The Dakota Access Pipeline To Shut Down
A federal judge ruled the Trump administration violated federal law when it approved the pipeline without doing a full environmental study.