Texas school principal reinstated after suspension over Uvalde shooting, says report
Mandy Gutierrez was placed on administrative leave, with pay, after an investigation by a Texas legislative committee found that she knew about security issues around the school.
School principal suspended after US shooting
The suspension follows the release of a report on an investigation by a Texas legislative committee into the May 24 shooting.
Four indicted in smuggling incident that killed 53 migrants in Texas
The truck, carrying migrants from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, was discovered abandoned in a desolate, industrial area near a highway about 160 miles north of the US-Mexico border.
Suspected truck driver in US migrant deaths was on meth, lawmaker says
Officials described finding the trailer's rear door ajar with bodies stacked inside that were hot to the touch.
Two more men charged in truck smuggling incident that killed 53 migrants in US
If convicted each man faces a maximum sentence of life in prison, or possibly the death penalty, the US Justice Department says.
Two suspects charged after death of 51 migrants in US
The deceased migrants, 39 men and 12 women, were discovered on the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas, in one of the deadliest human trafficking tragedies in recent history.
Investigators question delayed police response in US school shooting
The official accounts of how police responded to the shooting have flip-flopped wildly.
Husband of teacher killed in US school shooting dies ‘due to grief’
The husband of a heroic fourth grade teacher who was killed protecting her students during a massacre at a Texas elementary school has died of an apparent heart attack.
Gunman kills 18 children at US elementary school
Despite recurring mass-casualty shootings and a nationwide wave of gun violence, multiple initiatives to reform gun regulations have failed in the US Congress, leaving states and local councils to enact their own restrictions.
US rep ends re-election bid after admitting affair with former IS war bride
Van Taylor's withdrawal came one day after he led a pack of five Republicans in a primary race with 48.7% of the vote, just shy of the 50% needed to win his party's nomination.
Texas police in synagogue hostage standoff
The man is reportedly claiming to be the brother of Aafia Siddiqui – who has been dubbed 'Lady Qaeda' by US tabloids – and is demanding to have his sister freed from prison.
Texas governor bans all vaccine mandates
This sets him up for a clash with President Joe Biden who last month called on businesses nationwide to order their workers to be vaccinated or lose their jobs.