Christopher Duntsch may be simultaneously the most famous and deadly neurosurgeon in Texas. Though he has maimed and killed patients, he wasn’t arrested until last month, when he was caught stealing a pair of pants from Wal-Mart.
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Four years after Texas passed one of the strictest voter ID laws in the nation, lawmakers will debate another measure on Thursday that could make it even more difficult for Texans to vote.
An unsurprising new report found that Texas political media is dominated by white, male voices, while marginalized Texans continue to be underrepresented.
After getting crushed in November, Battleground Texas is fighting for survival and relevance—against other Democrats.
Are you under the impression that Texas is going to just sit idly by and leave America unmolested by its transformative mojo? Richard Parker is prepared to tell you a thing or two.
The Observer‘s staffers examine what the Texas GOP’s election night victories likely mean for the upcoming legislative session.
The Wendy Davis filibuster started a cascade of events that made the 2014 election especially bad for Texas Democrats.
Voters dealt a devastating blow to Texas Democrats’ hopes of having anything to show for what seemed, for a brief moment, like a turn of fortunes.
Voter turnout in Texas is barely up over 2010 levels so far. That doesn’t bode well for Democrats but the Wendy Davis campaign says there’s reason for optimism.
At the University of Texas at Austin today, Wendy Davis continued to attack Greg Abbott and said the state’s low turnout was helping her more than Abbott.