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Musk Says He Would Reverse Twitter Ban On Donald Trump

May 10 (Reuters) - Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said Tuesday he would reverse Twitter's ban on former U.S. President Donald Trump, while speaking...

After Roe v Wade, Next U.S. Abortion Battle: State V State

May 9 (Reuters) - With the U.S. Supreme Court expected to strike down the right to an abortion, the next legal fault line is...

Texas Power Grid Forecasts Heat Will Spike Up Demand

May 9 (Reuters) - The Texas power grid operator expects demand to soar on Monday as consumers crank up their air conditioners even though...

Pastor Sues Kanye West, Saying ‘Donda’ Track Ripped Off Sermon

May 4 (Reuters) - A Texas minister is suing Kanye West, saying the rapper, producer and entrepreneur used a recording of one of his...

Supreme Court’s Abortion Draft Upends Texas Democratic U.S. House Race

WASHINGTON, May 4 (Reuters) - The Supreme Court's leaked draft opinion has injected new urgency into a Texas primary that pits the House of...

Is It Illegal To Leak A U.S. Supreme Court Opinion?

May 3 (Reuters) - The leak of a draft U.S. Supreme Court opinion striking down the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized...

Mexican Officials Clear Out Migrant Camp At Texas Border

MEXICO CITY, May 3 (Reuters) - Mexican authorities have cleared a makeshift encampment of migrants in the northern border city of Reynosa that had...

Oklahoma Governor Signs Copycat Texas SB8 Bill

May 3 (Reuters) - Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill on Tuesday that bans abortion after six weeks of pregnancy, immediately outlawing almost...

Mexican Foreign Minister Slams ‘Extortion’ By Texas In Border Dispute

MEXICO CITY, May 1 (Reuters) - The pressure Texas exerted on neighboring Mexican states last month to tighten border security was tantamount to "extortion,"...

More Of Europe’s Crude Supply Is Coming From Deep In The Heart Of Texas

HOUSTON, April 29 (Reuters) - U.S. crude exports to Europe climbed in March and April as buyers across the Atlantic snapped up the country's...

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