Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that he’s starting his re-election bid with nearly $41 million on hand, giving the Republican who ha…
Gov. Greg Abbott has formally called state lawmakers into a special legislative session starting today — directing them to approve oversight…
IBM is among the major companies pushing back against bathroom bill.
Trump has pledged to bring back U.S. manufacturing jobs lost to technological innovation and outsourcing.
Abbott announced he will publish a daily list of lawmakers who oppose him during the 30-day session.
The federal government will begin funding Texas National guardsmen working on the border as part of Operation Secure Texas.
A threatening note was left for Senator Dean Heller after someone broke into his Las Vegas office Saturday morning.
Gov. Abbott added issues that divided lawmakers during the regular session to the call, including the bathroom bill and school choice legisl…
With a campaign war chest nearing $40 million, he can outspend any other Texas politician.
O’Rourke is a third-term House member from El Paso who once played guitar in a punk band. He launched his challenge of Cruz in March.
Gov. Greg Abbott put giving Texas teachers a $1,000 pay raise on the agenda for the upcoming special session.
Despite the sticker shock some Texans expect on their electric bills each month, electricity costs over a recent 10-year period are down.
They’re taking a close look at Rep. Lloyd Doggett’s District 35. He’s the lone Democrat in Washington, D.C. from Central Texas.
The county recently received a letter from a Houston attorney stating a lawsuit could soon be pending.
A team of assistant district attorneys is preparing a petition that will be filed in the nation’s highest court.
The Governor is turning to social media to advance his agenda; rallying support of the public and persuading members to tow the party line.
There’s now an official campaign committee to get actor and former WWE star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson elected as president in 2020.
By 5 p.m. Monday, lawmakers had already filed 83 bills.
Mexican-American legal teams accused state lawmakers of discrimination against minority Texans as they drew legislative maps to favor Republ…
The hard truth is for decades and decades, the party in power has tilted maps their way.