An update from the campaign trail.
With less than two weeks until the Iowa caucus, the knives are out.
Some recommended reading ahead of the Iowa caucus.
Ted Cruz is on tricky terrain.
Why the Texas governor’s call for a convention of the states is worth considering.
How the culture of victimhood translates to Texas politics.
How Texas can keep Donald Trump out of the White House.
A few questions about the state’s new law allowing guns on campus.
Ted Cruz’s bizarre effort to reframe his own record on "legalization."
Tonight's Republican debate has high stakes for the Texas senator.
Martinez Fischer made the biggest news on filing day.
Supreme Court case will likely hinge on the effects of Texas's college admissions law.
Over the weekend, Texas Republicans thankfully tamped down an effort to talk about secession.
Maybe it’s time to try a different approach to mass shootings.
It’s time to come to terms with the idea that Ted Cruz could be the Republican nominee.
America’s short-term Trump problem will end in Iowa.
So what does that mean for the Donald Trump “problem”?
One week after the Paris attacks, America’s backlash over Syrian refugees shows no signs of abating.
From Mexicans fleeing Pancho Villa to Cubans escaping Fidel Castro, Texas has, until recently, been a haven. What’s changed?
Greg Abbott hangs the 'no vacancy' sign.
Marco Rubio confronts Ted Cruz with his own record.
The Texas senator showed some intellectual muscle at last night’s Republican debate.
The Fifth Circuit puts the president's immigration plan on hold.
After failure of the equal rights ordinance, critics are being a little too harsh on the Bayou City.
Hey, there’s an election today.
Go Spurs Go! Oh, and there's a Republican presidential debate.
Ted Cruz and Dan Patrick put the past behind them.
Lessons from Exxon's handling of climate change.
Stuart Bowen says the inquiry of Planned Parenthood is based, in part, on new evidence from a whistleblower.
The state may have presumed the women’s health provider guilty of Medicaid fraud.
George W. Bush raises a simple critique with complex implications.
Why Texas may have a hard time removing Planned Parenthood from Medicaid.
The HUD secretary doesn’t think he’ll be picked and isn’t sure if he’d say yes.
War-gaming the pros and cons of the former mayor of San Antonio.
No one should be surprised by Glenn Hegar’s latest revenue estimate, or glib about it.
Ahead of first Democratic debate, Clinton remains the favorite—in Texas and nationwide.
Results from a straw poll of libertarian Republicans highlight the senator’s shrewdness.
Congress should take a look at the Texas Lege.
Of all the days for campus carry to take effect in Texas….
Texas will spend $800 million on border security over the next two years. Is the splurge worth it?
Today is the last day to register to vote if you want to take part in the November election.
Patrick’s apparent reversal on Medicaid cuts is a victory for poor and disabled children.
Climate change is caused by emissions, not epistemology.
The candidate turns his focus to the “campaign conservatives.”
What John Boehner’s announcement means for conservatives.
In two recent interviews, the defeated Democrat discusses what went wrong in 2014.
How the Senate reduced therapy services for kids to help cover property tax relief.
For one night at least Trump didn't dominate the conversation.
Republicans confront the elephant in the room.
Perry left his second presidential run on his own terms. That alone is a victory.