Ernesto Herrera should have wore his Nikes when he attempted to serve a subpoena to Texas AG Ken Paxton in a case brought by nonprofits wanting to help Texans pay for out of state abortions. When Herrera knocked on the door of Paxton's house he was initially greeted by Paxton's wife Angela. He identified himself and his purpose. She told him that the AG was on a phone call and not available. About an hour later a vehicle pulled into the drive and Paxton walked out from his garage. Herrera, who was still waiting, began to walk towards him and announced himself. At that point Paxton "turned around and RAN back inside the house." Angela Paxton then exited the house and opened the doors on a truck in the driveway. Ken Paxton then ran from the house, jumped into the vehicle and they drove away.
The highly anticipated debate is less than a month away, but Walker downplayed himself when asked what he is doing to prepare for the showdown against Warnock. read more
A railroad strike has been averted after an early morning tentative agreement was struck between Major U.S. railroads companies and unions. read more
Republican leaders in Michigan were recorded telling poll workers and observers in heavily democratic Wayne County to break election rules the night before the state primary. GOP trainers can be heard telling trainees to act "like spies" and sneak in prohibited recording devices and notepads into polling places. When a participant expressed the concern that doing so would be breaking the rules and would result in them being expelled from the location they were told "that's why you got to do it secretly." read more
A man who was seen crushing a Metropolitan Police Department officer in a door frame during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot has been convicted of nine offenses, seven of them felonies, the Justice Department said Tuesday. read more