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Recent articles by Paul:

50 migrants die after trailer abandoned in San Antonio heat

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Desperate families of migrants from Mexico and Central America frantically sought word of their loved ones as authorities began the grim task Tuesday of identifying 50 people who died after being abandoned in a tractor-trailer without air conditioning in the sweltering Texas heat. → Read More

School massacre continues Texas’ grim run of mass shootings

Past shootings targeted worshippers during a Sunday sermon, shoppers at a Walmart, students on a high school campus and drivers on a highway. → Read More

School massacre continues Texas’ grim run of mass shootings

Past shootings targeted worshippers during a Sunday sermon, shoppers at a Walmart, students on a high school campus and drivers on a highway. → Read More

School massacre continues Texas’ grim run of mass shootings

Past shootings targeted worshippers during a Sunday sermon, shoppers at a Walmart, students on a high school campus and drivers on a highway. → Read More

School massacre continues Texas' grim run of mass shootings

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Once again, one of America's deadliest mass shootings happened in Texas. Past shootings targeted worshippers during a Sunday sermon, shoppers at a Walmart, students on a high school campus and drivers on a highway. Among the latest victims were 19 children and two teachers in the small town of Uvalde, west of San Antonio, where on Tuesday a gunman opened fire inside an… → Read More

School massacre continues Texas' grim run of mass shootings

Texas and the state's Republican-controlled government have by now demonstrated what is likely to happen next: virtually nothing that would restrict gun access. → Read More

School massacre continues Texas’ grim run of mass shootings

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Once again, one of America’s deadliest mass shootings happened in Texas. Past shootings targeted worshippers during a Sunday sermon, shoppers at a Walmart, students on a high school campus and drivers on a highway. Among the latest victims were 19 children and two teachers in the small town of Uvalde, west […] → Read More

School massacre continues Texas’ grim run of mass shootings

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Once again, one of America’s deadliest mass shootings happened in Texas. → Read More

School massacre continues Texas' grim run of mass shootings

The gunman who killed 19 elementary school children and two adults in Texas added to the state's grim recent history of mass shootings → Read More

Race to Watch: GOP Runoff Between Texas AG Ken Paxton and George P. Bush

It is one of the most closely-watched primary runoffs in Texas: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton against Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush. → Read More

Embattled Texas AG Paxton faces George P. Bush in GOP runoff

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton put his job and ability to withstand legal troubles on the line Tuesday in a Republican primary... → Read More

Still No Trial for Texas AG Ken Paxton 7 Years After Felony Securities Fraud Charges

It’s been nearly seven years since Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was indicted on felony securities fraud charges. But there’s still no sign of when a trial will happen any time soon. → Read More

Seven years later, still no trial for Texas AG Ken Paxton

The twists and turns of how the Republican has yet to have his day in court after being indicted on securities fraud charges in 2015 has little comparison in American politics. → Read More

Seven years later, still no trial for Texas AG Ken Paxton

The twists and turns of how the Republican has yet to have his day in court after being indicted on securities fraud charges in 2015 has little comparison in American politics. → Read More

Seven years later, still no trial for Texas AG Ken Paxton

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Not many people charged with felony crimes go seven years without ever standing trial. One of them is Texas Attorney General Ken ... → Read More

Seven years later, still no trial for Texas AG Ken Paxton

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Not many people charged with felony crimes go seven years without ever standing trial. One of them is Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. The twists and turns of how the Republican, who is on the cusp of winning the GOP nomination for a third term Tuesday, has yet to have his day in court after being indicted on securities fraud charges in 2015 has little comparison in… → Read More

Seven years later, still no trial for Texas AG Ken Paxton

Not many people charged with felony crimes go seven years without ever standing trial. One of them is Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. All the while, other clouds have gathered over Paxton: the FBI is investigating him over separate accusations of corruption, and the State Bar of Texas is weighing possible reprimands over his attempts to baselessly overturn the 2020 election. → Read More

Seven years later, still no trial for Texas AG Ken Paxton

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Not many people charged with felony crimes go seven years without... → Read More

Texas race tests abortion’s resonance with Democratic voters

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — By the time Dr. Hector Gonzalez arrived in Laredo, Texas, in 2001, the last abortion clinic had already closed. He spent the next 2... → Read More

GOP’s new midterm attack: Blaming Biden for formula shortage

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Republicans aiming to retake control of Congress have already sharpened a message centering around blaming Democrats for high inflation, expensive gas, migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and violent crime in some cities. But GOP leaders landed on an issue this week that it hopes could prove even more potent: tying President […] → Read More