“The most effective wall was Title 42.”
Republican U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales voted to codify same-sex marriage into federal law.
A new strain of COVID spreads as midterm elections are right around the corner.
Former White House physician and citizens question Biden’s mental capabilities.
Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump lead the field in recent poll.
Biden’s upcoming Uvalde visit is the closest he’s been to the border since taking office.
“This crisis is rupturing our communities and taking American lives.”
Texas is among a number of states that has passed “trigger laws” that would outlaw abortion in the state if Roe v. Wade were overturned by the Supreme Court.
The company has acknowledged the financial benefit of keeping outside sightseeing operators away from their theme parks.
A U.S. district court judge ruled yesterday that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention lacked the authority to impose a mask mandate on commercial travel.
Inflation reached 8.5 percent in March, the largest increase since December 1981.
“Judge Jackson’s elevation to the Supreme Court would harm that institution, as well as children’s public safety nationwide.”
A 37 percent increase in kids crossing the border alone left an average of 520 children in custody per day and thousands more unaccounted for.
The bill will increase the federal government’s annual spending by 6 percent.
With Taylor removing himself from the runoff ballot, former Collin County Judge Keith Self will become the Republican nominee.
Biden’s proposals “could reduce U.S. competitiveness at a time when businesses are already struggling.”
Texas’ junior senator is the chairman of the Subcommittee on the Constitution.
When the 2020 election finally ends, those so vociferously pushing the vote-by-mail option may well regret their action.
Paxton responds to calls to step down by saying he “will not be resigning.”
Paxton is one of 22 state A.G.s to call for confirmation of President Trump’s nominee.
U.S. Rep. Van Taylor says the coronavirus has “highlighted long-standing inconsistencies in the collection and reporting of public health data.”
Member of Judiciary Committee offers thoughts on Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination.
Texans must be on guard to protect their vote this year and beyond.
Amid a backdrop of unrest and turmoil, Republicans pulled off what many thought impossible: an optimistic convention emphasizing gratitude for America.
The nation’s most powerful Democrat lawmaker is only the latest to suggest the 77-year-old former vice president should skip the debates altogether rather than risk damaging himself and the Democrat Party on a national stage.