Republican politicians joined Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán for speeches laced with antisemitism and overt Christian nationalism.
Amid record heat and a new COVID wave, state residents are being threatened with homelessness in rising numbers.
New technology and methods may help clean up the cement and concrete industries—two of Texas’ most conspicuous polluters.
Governor Greg Abbott says he can make coming to the U.S. more miserable than being smuggled in the back of a tractor-trailer.
Did Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller’s trusted, troubled strategist shake down Texas hemp growers?
A recent New York Times article that experts called inaccurate and unethical now serves as evidence in Texas against transgender kids.
Once sidelined, the decades-old right-wing group has seen a resurgence in the state.
Right-wing trolls forced a decorated veteran to pull out of Fourth of July festivities in this small Texas town of 40,000.
After the release of a damning House report, a Monday night school board meeting became tense and passionate as organized Uvaldeans refused to be silent.
Outlawing reproductive healthcare causes more harm without the intended effect.