He looks as his ideas as a compromise plan after Senate leaders struggled to pass an earlier version of their plan.
MedStar Washington Hospital Center says the Louisiana congressman is back in intensive care because of new concerns for infection.
Cruz’s town halls bring conversation about health care for veterans to McKinney on Wednesday, Austin on Thursday and Houston on Saturday.
All of the 17 voters are more than 50 years old, says the registrar’s office.
A post on the Auschwitz Memorial’s official Twitter account said Tuesday that a former gas chamber is not a stage.
Many veterans post signs in their yards as a warning to neighbors about their sensitivities.
New Jersey state beaches and parks were shut down over the weekend along with motor vehicle offices and other services deemed nonessential.
Secretary of State Rolando Pablos will not, however, give the commission the last four digits of voter’s social security numbers.
Dukes was indicted on corruption, abuse of official capacity and tampering with governmental records charges.
Trump has had a rocky relationship with the 28-nation military alliance. As a candidate, he called NATO “obsolete.”
The letter does not call for the removal of any DACA recipients from the country or rescind any permits that have already been granted.
Currently, there are two federal courts holding hearings regarding SB4.
At the beginning of the year, Gov. Greg Abbott’s office cut $1.5 million in grants to Travis County due to Sheriff Sally Hernandez’s stance …
On Wednesday, Austin PRIDE held its annual Stonewall Rally but this year, they wanted to speak out against the ‘bathroom bill’ as well.
Gov. Greg Abbott believes people should have the right to remove trees from their own property without a city overruling it.
Democratic Rep. Dawnna Dukes is making waves once again.
The delay in the vote until after the Fourth of July holiday has opened the door for rallies and other events aimed at calling on lawmakers …
As Texas’ Senate Bill 4 heads to court, immigrants and community members face unanswered questions.
During this special event – the fourth of its kind – families were given four minutes to hug, laugh and cry together.
It’s barely an improvement upon the health care bill that passed the House.