After a terrifying near-death experience, we live to muckrake another day.
Beto's bid to deny Greg Abbott a third term as governor is a steep one, but he can still muster some magic on the campaign trail.
Civil rights attorney Nina Perales has been fighting for the voting rights of Latino Texans for a quarter century.
Civil rights lawyer Lee Merritt, who represented George Floyd’s family, on running for Texas attorney general and ending “comply or die” policing.
Jalen McKee-Rodriguez, San Antonio’s first openly gay council member, wants a local civil rights office to investigate the kind of discrimination he faced as a city staffer.
A COVID-19 vaccine developed in Houston is in clinical trials in India and could be ready for global use as soon as late summer.
As a Latina immigrant, Montserrat Garibay broke barriers in the Texas labor movement. Now she enters the national stage.
Sixteen-year-old climate organizer Chanté Davis on how change could start with young people in Texas.
José Garza represents a new wave of reform-minded DAs who want to end the war on drugs and prosecute police officers who kill.
Henderson says policing in the U.S. perpetuates systems of inequality that mirror the nation’s history of colonialism.