This weekend’s Republican Convention in Fort Worth captured top GOP lawmakers on the back nine of their careers—and some who are just starting.
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Compounding pharmacies are suddenly taking an interest in big-name politicians like Greg Abbott, as they face tough new regulations and controversy over supplying drugs for state executions.
Scenes and faces from the 2014 Texas GOP convention in Fort Worth.
Observer contributor Alex Hannaford and photographer Erin Trieb join us to talk about the challenges women veterans face dealing with trauma when they come home.
In the first interview of her campaign dedicated to LGBT issues, Wendy Davis underscores her commitment to fight for marriage equality as governor.
At the Texas Republican Party’s convention in Fort Worth, a changing of the guard.
Allies of Wendy Davis are going after Greg Abbott’s oversight of the mismanaged Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas.
What legal responsibility does a hospital have to keep a doctor who kills and maims his patients from operating? Under Texas law, none.
For the last couple of months, the Davis campaign has put their emphasis on issues that don’t seem set to resonate with voters. What could they do instead?
Amid a paucity of polls in Texas, a survey from Public Policy polling brings bad news for the state’s Democrats (and good news for Gov. Perry.)