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Republicans in Texas' congressional delegation and the Trump administration are trading jabs over Hurricane Harvey relief aid, and a U.S. Border Patrol agent died on Sunday near Big Bend National Park.
Is it constitutional for the state’s transportation agency to use an accounting trick to add toll lanes to Texas highways — even though the state’s voters already decided against funneling more money toward toll lanes?
Incumbents and candidates on Saturday began filing for the March 2018 party primaries, when Texas voters will decide who should serve in state government's highest offices, in the Legislature and in Congress.
After The Washington Post published a report Thursday alleging U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama sought sexual encounters with underage girls decades ago, his would-be colleagues from Texas are facing tough questions.
Sunday's shooting in the San Antonio-area town of Sutherland Springs is the deadliest mass shooting at a place of worship in American history — and it's also the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history.
Gov. Greg Abbott wants Congress to fork over another $61 billion for infrastructure purposes after Hurricane Harvey's destruction — and he was in D.C. on Tuesday to make his case to congressional leaders.