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Federal authorities arrested three men Monday after a grand jury indicted them on charges that they illegally employed immigrants at a Round Rock sheet metal business. The president of CORTEC Precision Manufacturing, Richard Anthony Corrales, 55, was among those arrested after...
The Rev. Sam Rodriguez's sermon about David and Goliath on Sunday included a modern-day connection: "I talked about how we're confronting giants we've never confronted before, not only in the Middle East, but in America, where there is a great intolerance emerging against...
The Secret Service commissioned a classified mock attack two decades ago that found an easy way to pierce the White House security zone: Overwhelm Secret Service officers on the compound with six to eight attackers climbing over the fence at the same time. That vulnerability...
Child Protective Services officials say they expect to punish employees involved in the Colton Turner case, the agency’s first admission that it made mistakes while investigating claims earlier this year that the 2-year-old toddler was being abused. “It’s likely that we will...
State Rep. Dawnna Dukes of Austin said Saturday that she has had an abortion, an unexpected revelation during a heated exchange over women’s health policy at the University of Texas. The disclosure came just two weeks after Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis revealed...
When Angela Radtke saw a 1-year-old baby locked in a hot, parked car, she didn't hesitate to take action. Despite warnings from security and the apprehension of others, Radtke smashed straight though the front windshield with a tire iron. She then crawled into the car through...
A 14-year-old special needs student was allegedly raped after a teacher convinced her to act as bait in a bid to catch a school's sexual predator. The girl was said to have become involved in the plan after faculty members at Sparkman Middle School in Toney, Alabama, received...
An estimated crowd of nearly 400,000 climate activists flooded New York City’s streets on Sunday in a coming-out party for a new breed of environmentalism – one that’s louder and rowdier than the old-school greens who dominated the movement when Barack Obama entered the White...
An exodus of top-level officials from the Department of Homeland Security is undercutting the agency’s ability to stay ahead of a range of emerging threats, including potential terrorist strikes and cyberattacks, according to interviews with current and former officials. Over...