Posted on · Experts explain the current landscape of immigration issues and the impact they could have.
Posted on · A University of Houston law professor said comments made by Rev. Ed Young, who criticized "left-wing progressives" and encouraged congregants to "throw those bums out of office," are unlikely to put the church at risk of losing its tax-exempt status with the IRS.
Posted on · When it comes to the new abortion laws in Texas and across the country, there's a divide on what to do about cases of rape, incest, or if the mother’s life is at risk. Today, experts discuss the medical concerns of this complicated issue. But first, we start with the psychological impact.
Posted on · Houston Matters examines how to protect seniors from financial scams.
Posted on · Sen. Ted Cruz recently proposed a Constitutional amendment to establish term limits for Senators and members of Congress. We examine why such efforts don't usually succeed.
Posted on · As we wait to find out who the President selects, we learn more about how justices are chosen in the first place.
Posted on · With guest Professor Bret Wells.
Posted on · A federal judge has sided with the University of Houston for a preliminary injunction against what was formerly known as the South Texas College of Law.
Posted on · The South Texas College of Law changed its name to Houston College of Law. The name change brought a lawsuit from the University of Houston Law Center. Now Houston College of Law has filed a counterclaim.
Posted on · It all started when South Texas changed its name and logo last week.
Posted on · Pfizer’s merger with Allergan is only the latest, and largest, example of “corporate tax inversion.” Houston companies helped pioneer the practice.