Shooting at a moving vehicle whose occupants are unarmed is usually a bad idea, policing experts say. But Customs and Border Protection allows it anyway in some circumstances.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been making a big deal about election fraud cases, but his office hasn't been able to show much.
The Senate minority leader invited Hegar to meet with him, a source told HuffPost, though the person declined to comment on the record regarding the contents of the discussion.
Texas Rep. John Carter was running against a combat hero who hoped to win over voters based on her character, rather than just her Democratic Party affiliation.
He walked into a Houston elections office and claimed those people might be registered under incorrect addresses.
Alleged abuse and cult-like brainwashing. "Magic" crystals. And a self-proclaimed healer with unfettered access to young women for decades.
“It never really seemed like there was much education," one former employee at a center for migrant children said.
The Justice Department says an apparent Customs and Border Protection agent identified as Jeffrey Rambo was not involved in its leak investigation.
“If you’re receiving taxpayer funding, then whether or not you’re able to discriminate shouldn’t even be on the table,” one LGBTQ advocate said.
Students may be the face of the new gun violence prevention movement, but there are also adults working behind the scenes.