With record voter turnout in early voting, Texas is a presidential toss-up. John Cornyn is getting worried.
Dan Patrick performs for Fox News; Greg Abbott dithers; and John Cornyn defiantly refuses to log off.
Too many Texas workers can’t stay home when they’re sick. Two years ago, a movement tried to change that.
During the impeachment proceedings, Cornyn proved that his calculation is the same as the entire GOP’s: Live with Trump, die with Trump.
Democrats and Republicans are gearing up for a clash in Texas. Here’s the context you need to understand the coming year in politics.
How to say one thing and do another.
Our state’s senior senator continues to hitch himself to Trump’s wagon, even as things get rocky.
The senior senator from Texas has mastered the art of political subservience, making him very powerful—and perhaps vulnerable.
There’s a robust field of Democrats lining up to take on the state’s senior senator. The last time that happened was in 2002, when Cornyn first won the open seat.