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Supreme Court rules for Biden administration in Texas border dispute

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled for the Biden administration in a 5-4 vote Monday and said Border Patrol agents may cut barbed wire installed by Texas authorities that prevents them from patrolling areas along the Rio Grande.

Mike McCarthy will return as coach of the Dallas Cowboys after stunning wild-card loss

Mike McCarthy will get another chance to end a nearly three-decade stretch without a deep playoff run for the Dallas Cowboys, a decision that ends three days of intense speculation over the coach's future.

Jordan Love and the Packers pull a wild-card stunner, beating Dak Prescott and the...

ARLINGTON (AP) — Jordan Love threw for three touchdowns, Aaron Jones ran for three more, Darnell Savage returned an interception 64 yards for a score and the Green Bay Packers handed the Dallas Cowboys their first home loss since the 2022 opener in a 48-32 wild-card stunner Sunday.

US says Texas blocked border agents from entering park to try to save 3...

The U.S. Homeland Security Department said Saturday that Texas denied federal agents access to a stretch of border when they were trying to rescue three migrants who drowned.

Gov. Greg Abbott says migrants not being shot because Biden ‘would charge us with...

In a wide-ranging interview with a right-wing radio host, Gov. Greg Abbott defended the scope and legality of Texas border initiatives, at one point saying: “The only thing that we are not doing as we’re not shooting people who come across the border because, of course, the Biden administration would charge us with murder.”

Toast the Dallas Cowboys with a new tequila backed by Dak Prescott

Dallas Cowboys star quarterback Dak Prescott is going from dropping in passes to his receivers on the field to dropping shots in glasses with his latest investment.

Justice Department sues Texas over law that would let police arrest migrants who enter...

AUSTIN (AP) — The Justice Department on Wednesday sued Texas over a new law that would allow police to arrest migrants who enter the U.S. illegally, taking Republican Gov. Greg Abbott to court again over his escalating response to border crossers arriving from Mexico.

Stroud has 213 yards and TD as Texans improve playoff hopes with 26-3 win...

HOUSTON (AP) — When the Houston Texans selected C.J. Stroud with the No. 2 pick in this year's draft, the consensus was that he'd turn this team around eventually.

Are liquor stores in Texas open or closed on New Year’s Eve, New Year’s...

As state laws regulating the use and sale of alcohol changed over the past few years, here’s what you need to know as the New Year arrives.

Texas governor signs bill that lets police arrest migrants who enter the US illegally

BROWNSVILLE (AP) — Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday approved sweeping new powers that allow police to arrest migrants who illegally cross the U.S. border and give local judges authority to order them to leave the country, testing the limits of how far a state can go to enforce immigration laws.