The governor declared that only Congress can fix family separations shortly before the president ended the policy.
The governor has set July 31 as the date in which voters will choose who will fill the vacancy of a lawmaker convicted of multiple federal counts of fraud and money laundering.
The move by Sheriff Richard Wiles marks a growing chorus of local law enforcement across Texas that is critical of the federal family separation policy.
Lawmakers, faith leaders, and others have largely spoken out against Jeff Sessions’s zero-tolerance policy.
The San Antonio lawmaker’s resignation comes four months after his conviction on multiple counts of fraud and money laundering.
The Democratic Senate candidate led a march to the new Tornillo facility holding immigrant children, but he doesn't have a full picture of what's going on inside.
Coming off of a major Supreme Court victory in 2016, Whole Woman’s Health and a number of Texas-based orgs look to repeal other Texas laws.
Outside a cookie shop in one of Houston’s most idyllic neighborhoods, a West University Place council member spied Trump’s name on a teenager’s shirt and yelled a few of the president’s worst words at her. Then the internet found out. It's springtime in the age of hysteria.
On our latest podcast, Andy Langer speaks with newly former president of Planned Parenthood and self-avowed troublemaker Cecile Richards.
Constitutional scholar Ted Cruz says he has no idea whether President Trump can pardon himself.