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The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could be held in contempt of court. “The city’s...
A federal appeals court on Tuesday temporarily reinstated Texas’ voter ID law, which the U.S. Justice Department had condemned as the state’s latest means of suppressing minority voter turnout. The ruling by a three-judge panel of the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of...
Frustrated by the lack of non-sexy female Halloween costumes, parents are expressing their outrage at what they say is an increasingly ‘trampy’ industry. Elizabeth Mangan, a mother in New York City, told ABC News that her plans to dress as a police officer this year were...
McDonald's has taken the unprecedented step of allowing cameras inside one of its secret food factory's for the first time in a bid to end the rumors and urban myths about how its Happy Meals and Big Macs are made. Hurt by years of bad publicity amid claims of 'pink slime'...
A history teacher who is also the head coach of the freshman football team at Goose Creek Memorial High School in Baytown is on paid leave because of a Facebook rant administrators say he posted. The post was made by Scott Griffin and it bragged about Memorial beating its rival...
Health officials scrambled to learn how a Dallas health care worker caught Ebola at a Texas hospital where she had cared for a man who died from the deadly virus. The woman was identified Monday as nurse Nina Pham, her family confirmed. Pham, 26, became infected while treating...
Hundreds of Travis County health care workers are being trained this week on what to do if they come in contact with an Ebola patient, from staff at major hospitals to paramedics who work in ambulances and workers at neighborhood emergency clinics. Protocols for helping Ebola...
Having recaptured national attention, much of it negative, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis said Monday that her campaign’s stark “wheelchair ad” had nothing to do with Republican rival Greg Abbott’s disability and everything to do with his “hypocrisy.” “After...
A new television ad by Democrat Wendy Davis goes into territory she hadn't touched until now: Republican Greg Abbott's use of a wheelchair. A 30-second ad released Friday and titled "Justice" notes the Texas Attorney General recovered millions in a lawsuit after he was injured...