When a crushing defeat occurs, a window of opportunity opens where criticism is more easily countenanced and reorientation is possible.
Anna Donlan We’ll be talking about what just happened for the rest of our lives — why it happened, how it happened, and what the consequences were. It’s t...Read More
The Sunset Commission nixed a recommendation to change the Texas Railroad Commission’s name to one that actually describes its role regulating oil and gas....Read More
After gathering around noon at the campus’ main mall, the marchers blocked traffic on the South First Street and Congress bridges on their way to the Capitol.
A spontaneous anti-Trump protest that began with about 50 University of Texas at Austin students grew into a crowd of more than 400 by Wednesday evening....Read More
'Quite frankly, voter fraud to me is a false argument, in my experience and observation.'
“Quite frankly, voter fraud to me is a false argument, in my experience and observation,” said a San Antonio poll worker....Read More
AUSTIN — When asked about the presidential election, a man who identified himself only as Zion responded, “Didn’t you hear about the guy on the corner wit...Read More
Voters pick candidates for reasons you can’t even imagine, or no reason at all, writes Chris Hooks.
Voters pick candidates for reasons you can’t even imagine, or no reason at all, as Chris Hooks was reminded in Cypress, near Dan Patrick’s house....Read More
Student turnout is key for the man who could be the first black sheriff in the county where Sandra Bland died.
Student turnout is key in Prairie View, where Democrat Cedric Watson is running to become the first black sheriff in the county where Sandra Bland died....Read More