A Russian spokesman told reporters on Thursday that the measures signal Obama’s “unpredictable” and “aggressive foreign policy.”
“There will be a fight that brews,” said political consultant, David Butts.
President Barack Obama seems to be getting under his successor’s skin.
A Fort Worth representative says it’s too easy for married couples to split up and wants to change state law to make it harder.
President-Elect Donald Trump says he will sign the bill if it passes. Bill would protect people/businesses who refuse services to LGBTQ indi…
According to the Texas State Strutters’ Facebook page, they “cannot wait for this once in a lifetime performance opportunity.”
A spokesperson for the Department of Family Protective Services said the decision was part of a regular review and has nothing to do with th…
She’ll serve as counselor to the president.
For $1 million donors would get Donald Trump’s ear for the day after he is sworn in as President. No evidence the money goes to charity.
Around 450 people work the phones and computers taking in reports of abuse and neglect.
Hillary Clinton decided on a campaign strategy to demonize her opponent and disqualify him and it didn’t work.
Viola is the founder of several businesses, including Virtu Financial, an electronic trading firm. He also owns the National Hockey League’s…
The vote from the Texas electors gave Trump the needed votes to formally win the presidency.
After losing the race for President, Democrats are looking to rebuild.
Democrats said it was a GOP power grab occurring a week after the Republican incumbent conceded.
Scott Sellers says he does not think this is a good political move and will cause more divisions than he wants to see.
The 76-acre Grove at Shoal Creek development is going to be built near Bull Creek Road and 45th Street.
Austin representative Lloyd Doggett is advancing the call for a bi-partisan committee to investigate the claims in the House of Representati…
In a 7-to-2 vote Thursday, City Council approved spending city money on legal services for immigrants living in Austin.
Rep. Dawnna Dukes will resign her seat on Jan. 10; resulting in a special election.