- Holiday movies: Fun to be found amid award-season bait Updated: Dec-06-13 9:47 am
- Attorney gets 20 years in prison for racketeering Updated: Dec-03-13 9:35 pm
- 2 former Mexican officials indicted in US Updated: Nov-27-13 2:40 pm
- Suspect in Houston-area triple homicide captured Updated: Nov-24-13 12:37 pm
- Walters: California Democrats fare poorly in two... Updated: Nov-22-13 12:19 pm
- Dallas man gets prison in college student tax scam Updated: Nov-15-13 8:07 am
- Ex-Texas loan officer gets prison for ID theft Updated: Nov-13-13 7:07 am
- No. 21 Notre Dame beats Stetson 80-49 Updated: Nov-10-13 4:08 pm
- Legal blog seeks recognition from high court Updated: Nov-09-13 10:08 am
- Correction: Texas Abortion Restrictions-Lawsuit Updated: Nov-05-13 6:59 pm
The holiday movie season often is dominated by awards talk, since it's when studios release thoughtful dramas and big-budget fantasy epics meant to capture Oscar voters' fancies.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - A federal judge sentenced an Austin personal injury attorney to 20 years in prison late Tuesday on racketeering charges stemming from a judicial bribery investigation.
McALLEN, Texas - A federal indictment against two former Mexican government officials on money laundering charges was unsealed Wednesday in Corpus Christi.
McALLEN, Texas - A man wanted in connection with an apartment shooting near Houston that left three people dead was captured Sunday, according to Harris County authorities.
So perhaps Democrats aren't quite as omnipotent in California politics as they - and almost everyone else - assumed.
SHERMAN, Texas - A Dallas man must serve nearly four years in prison and repay almost $1.5 million in a college student tax returns scam.
SHERMAN, Texas - A former loan officer who stole the identities of her father-in-law and dead mother for financial gain has been sentenced to more than five years in prison.
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Garrick Sherman's first game this season was one to forget.
WASHINGTON - One of the most influential news outlets covering the Supreme Court sets up shop on big decision days not in the pressroom with other reporters, but in the court's cafeteria.
HARLINGEN, Texas - In a story Nov. 1 about abortion restrictions in Texas, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a Kansas law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital was in effect. A state judge has issued a temporary injunction blocking enforcement of the law pending a trial on its constitutionality.