Despite his recent pledge to comply with the U.S. Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling, Attorney General Ken Paxton is already seeking to prevent the deci...Read More
The attorneys for same-sex couples who successfully challenged Texas’ gay marriage ban in federal court are seeking nearly three-quarters of a million dollars...Read More
On the campaign trail outside Houston, Ted Cruz delivers a bombastic defense of anti-gay Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis
Ted Cruz's little statewide tour took him to same-day events in Ft. Worth, Tyler and Kingwood, where he rallied the faithful and proved once again that no one i...Read More
When Keller school board members agreed to cancel a vote on LGBT protections last month, they temporarily defused an explosive controversy in the conservative, ...Read More
Texas abortion providers on Thursday called on the nation’s highest court to answer questions that have plagued legal challenges to restrictions on abortion c...Read More
Despite an angry outcry from far-right protesters, Houston is embracing an Arabic immersion school that educators hope may give students an edge.
Except for the angry far-right protesters, the first day of school at the Arabic Immersion Magnet School in Houston in late August was a joyous occasion....Read More
Campaigning Cruz tries to rev up the Houston business class on crime, abortion and the impending loss of the entire Eastern Seaboard.
On Tuesday, returning to his hometown after another jaunt to New Hampshire, Ted Cruz gave a “State of the Senate” speech to a meeting of a major Houston bus...Read More