The Texas natural gas industry is providing a lifeline to European countries, a new report published by Texans for Natural Gas (TNG) shows.
After years of dispute and finally reaching an historic agreement over the use of water from the Rio Grande River, the states of Texas, New Mexico and Colorado are requesting a special master, and eventually the U.S. Supreme Court, to approve their settlement terms considering a recent objection raised by the Biden administration.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has launched an investigation into drug manufacturers, wholesalers, and pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) over potential legal violations related to inflated costs of insulin, a life-saving drug relied upon by millions of diabetics.
As fertilizer shortages continue to mount in other parts of the world, and fertilizer prices are skyrocketing in the U.S., Texas Tech researchers are working on a solution through a new center that launched last week.
Early voting is underway in Texas, and many of the candidates on the midterm ballot still refuse to accept the 2020 presidential victory of Joe Biden over Donald Trump, which some believe could jeopardize the future of democracy.
Fifty years ago this week, Congress passed the Clean Water Act, allowing policymakers in the 50 states to limit pollution, prosecute polluters and fund clean-water restoration efforts. Now, it's in jeopardy.
A new study found gas flaring in oil-producing states is not as effective in limiting harmful emissions when compared to long-standing estimates.
The State of Colorado is suing pesticide manufacturers Syngenta and Corteva.
Electronic cigarette company Juul will pay out $438.5 million to 33 states as part of a proposed settlement following a two-year investigation into the company's marketing practices.
A federal judge sided with Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and 12 other plaintiff states in a Louisiana-led lawsuit