I have to be careful as I tell this. So pardon the occasional vaguery or redaction, but it is only through secrets that the true story of Austin, Texas, can be told, and they must be handled with care.
In a case on whether Texas must issue plates with the Confederate battle flag, the Supreme Court takes up a more fundamental free-speech question.
Texas does not want to issue license plates depicting the emblem of a traitorous regime that waged war against the United States in defense of slavery. They might have to anyway. The post Supreme Court To Decide If Texas Must Issue Confederate Flag License Plates appeared first on ThinkProgress.
A U.S. appeals court said on Tuesday the state of Texas must pay about $3 million in legal fees to plaintiffs after being on the wrong side of a civil rights lawsuit over voting. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit said a lower court made a mistake when it allowed Texas to avoid paying...
The biggest questions of the offseason are obvious in the SEC. Texas A&M and Auburn need to fix their defenses, LSU's quarterback situation has to be rectified and Alabama's pass defense can't continue to give up plays in chunks andShow More Summary
From the hate group Texas Values: It’s time for Texans to rise up and take a stand for God’s truth about marriage! We must draw a line in the sand. Please make plans to attend the Defense of Texas Marriage Amendment Rally scheduled for Monday, March 23rd at 1:00 pm on the south steps of the Texas Capitol. Show More Summary
Anthony Pettis and Rafael dos Anjos will duel TONIGHT (Sat., March 14, 2015) in UFC 185's main event inside American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. In a battle of kickboxers with potent submissions, what adjustments must be made for...Show More Summary
Texas representative Jason Villalba introduced a bill that will restrict the public’s right to record police activity, and turn photographing or recording the men (and women) in blue into a class B misdemeanor. The 25 feet limit jumps to 100 feet for armed photographers. Villalba claims the sole purpose of the bill is to protect [...]Show More Summary
Carla Esparza and Joanna Jedrzejczyk will battle this Saturday night (March 14, 2015) at UFC 185 inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. In a classic striker vs. grappler match up, what adjustments must be made for either...Show More Summary
The state of Texas executed a 46-year-old gang member on Wednesday, bringing their supply of lethal medication down to one dose and a question of what procedure may be used in future executions.
Johny Hendricks and Matt Brown will slug it out this Saturday night (March 14, 2015) at UFC 185 inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Between two close-range brawlers, what adjustments must be made for either man in order...Show More Summary
Roy Nelson and Alistair Overeem will hunt for the knockout this Saturday (March 14, 2015) at UFC 185 inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Between two heavy hitters, what adjustments must be made for either man in order...Show More Summary
Chris Cariaso and Henry Cejudo will battle this Saturday (March 14, 2015) at UFC 185 inside the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Between a scrappy striker and Olympic wrestler, what adjustments must be made for either man in...Show More Summary
If you're in Austin, a Texas Roller Derby bout is a must see. Check out this video to meet La Muerta, co-founder of the TXRD Roller Derby and pioneer in bringing this retro sport back to the people. please comment here...
The rain, sleet, and snow were not enough to stop the Texas KOS meetup in Austin, Texas, this weekend. One must remember Texans do not know how to drive on ice, let alone snow. Head below the fold for all the details.
A Texas photographer who had worked in public schools was sentenced Tuesday for coercing young girls to pose for pornographic images. Todd Fleming, 54, must serve 20 years in prison for having “knowingly used, persuaded, induced, enticed...Show More Summary
Apple must pay a shell company $532.9 million because iTunes infringes upon three patents related to online patents, a jury in East Texas ruled on Tuesday. The company in question, named Smartflash…
Apple was found guilty of infringing on three patents held by a company called Smartflash and must pay the firm $532.9 million. A federal jury in Texas reached the verdict Tuesday and said Apple violated the patents willfully. According...Show More Summary
In a case bound to reignite the debate over patent trolls, a jury found that Apple’s iTunes software infringed on three patents and said the tech giant must pay $532.9 million in damages. The case was brought in Texas by privately-held Smartflash, a company whose sole business is licensing technology patents it holds. That is done through […]
The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas has ruled that Apple must pay $532.9 million because iTunes infringed three patents owned by a Texas-based patent licensing called company Smartflash. Read more...