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On the eve of the election, Eric Benson examines the effects of early voting and the possibility of a number of Democratic victories come Tuesday.
The GOP enjoyed the strong support of young Texans in the 2000s, but that appears to be changing.
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Six years ago, we set out to answer that question and got inconclusive results. And while we’ve found new info, the mystery endures.
After years of breakups and makeups, the rock band is back with a poppier sound.
Founded by Andrew Yang, Christine Todd Whitman, and David Jolly, the new party claims to encompass the left, right, and center. Its Houston launch, while well attended, prompted doubts about its viability.
During a Summer of Record Heat, Many Prisoners in Texas Struggled to Make It Through the Day Without AC
Seventy percent of Texas prisons do not have AC, except for a small number of ill and elderly inmates, an issue that the Legislature has repeatedly punted on.
In 1982, Dick J. Reavis chronicled the first government-led lethal injection in world history—and the last moments of Charlie Brooks's life.
This season has everything: Cormac McCarthy, Star Wars, Chippendales dancers, and opera.
Texas women often feel targeted and unsafe. With "hot girl walks," they're (again) finding safety and well-being in one another.
The ribs and sausage are great, but it was the mint chocolate chip cake at Beault's Backyard BBQ that made our barbecue editor giggle in delight.