If history repeats itself, the attorney general's wife could prosper even if he goes down in an impeachment trial.
Texas utility regulators are hawking a convoluted and costly policy for grid reliability—despite strong resistance from energy experts and even big business.
Joaquin Castro? Colin Allred? Lina Hidalgo? Clay Jenkins? Anyone?
Laws banning the state from doing business with banks that are dubbed anti-fossil fuel or anti-gun will likely cost hundreds of millions in higher interest rates.
Big business is feasting in the final days of Texas' signature corporate tax break, while lobbying for a new program to refill the trough.
What’s worse for a Republican in 2022: To be an alleged felon, or to bear the same last name as Jeb and the Georges?
The lieutenant governor continues his crusade against those who challenge the racist mythologies of Texas.
Greg Abbott and Ken Paxton both won Donald Trump’s coveted endorsements. But their 2022 primary battles are just beginning.
In a special session for redistricting, expect the GOP to use aggressive gerrymandering to extend the shelf life of its diminishing white base.
Criminal charges against protesters, intimidation from counterprotesters, and the threat of violence by right-wing groups numbed protests against monuments in the North Texas town.