The latest campaign filings show that the Democratic gubernatorial hopeful can still raise lots of money. But the powerful incumbent with a massive political war chest remains on another level.
A Texas photographer finds himself shoulder to shoulder with rioters on January 6, 2021.
The state’s newly redrawn political maps set off an exodus among Democrats and moderate Republicans. If you thought 2021 was brutal, 2022 may be worse.
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In an 8-to-1 ruling, the Justices ruled that lawsuits against Texas’ anti-abortion law could proceed, but left women in the state to suffer its consequences in the meantime.
A new lawsuit adds federal weight and resources to an increasingly uphill battle for fair maps.
Democratic lawmakers say Texas’ new abortion ban compounds the many existing barriers to reproductive health care for the state’s poorest patients.
As the U.S. withdrew from Afghanistan in August, one family was unsure if they'd ever make it back home to Texas.
With Chapter 313 set to expire, the Texas Comptroller has proposed new rules that critics warn would reduce accountability and transparency, shrouding its long-term costs in secrecy.
The primary rematch for Congressional District 28 is a litmus test for Democrats in South Texas.