It’s worked for the GOP elsewhere, and nothing else has worked for Democrats here.
Republicans are pursuing South Texas Latinos. Democrats are counting on the Dobbs abortion decision. Nobody knows who’s going to turn out to vote. And the polls are all over the place.
For the first time in fifty years, single-issue abortion voters are pro-choice. Can Texas Democrats capitalize on it?
Where’s the passion? Where’s the intensity? And where are the robot arms, Congressman?
The ninth installment in the Rocky franchise puts honorary Texan Michael B. Jordan and official Texan Jonathan Majors in the ring, and we are here for it.
We know she’s a savage and a big ole freak, but is the Houston hometown hero funny? On ‘Saturday Night Live,’ we found out.
We expected political statements, massive crowds, and sweaty concertgoers. We saw two out of three.
Spurs legends past and present reminded residents that they haven't been forgotten in the months since the shooting at Robb Elementary.
An abortion to save the life of a pregnant patient is “not an abortion,” according to Texas’s junior senator.
After years of breakups and makeups, the rock band is back with a poppier sound.
Discussions of race or sex, or just the wrong vibes, are all it takes for a book to number among the 801 bannings in Texas this year.
On his summer barnstorming tour of Texas, Beto O’Rourke argued that Republicans are waging war against Texas values.
Dan Patrick Demanded That Texas Retirement Funds Divest From BlackRock. But He Kept His Shares in the Firm.
The lieutenant governor said the company was “discriminating against the oil and gas industry." He didn’t mention his own holdings in the firm.
There was crying in baseball after a Pearland pitcher beaned a Tulsa batter on Tuesday. What happened next might restore one’s faith in humanity.
The damages awarded this week in Austin are only the beginning of the likely end of Jones and Infowars. But it remains to be seen what that means for other purveyors of misinformation.
Plaintiffs’ attorney Mark Bankston and F. Andino Reynal, who represents Infowars in the case, both have distinct challenges. Last week, their tensions boiled over.
The trial this week in Austin to determine what Infowars owes in damages for defaming Sandy Hook parents could have had huge free-speech implications. Because of Jones’s choices, it won’t.
A jury in Austin, selected on Monday, is about to grapple with that surprisingly complicated question.
After KVUE and the Austin American-Statesman published video from inside Robb Elementary, one policeman incorrectly became a symbol of larger failures.
Enjoying that AC? Thank the mighty power of the sun and the renewable energy source keeping the grid afloat.
The 82-year-old actor, known for playing the heaviest of heavies, was an instrumental part of the movie that launched the careers of Wes Anderson and the Wilson brothers.
Big John’s approval rating has taken a serious blow in the month after the Uvalde shooting—driven largely by Republicans and independents.
Amid worst-in-a-decade drought conditions, fireworks displays from Lubbock to Fort Worth to Houston sparked flames.
Texas, as well as neighboring Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana, will outlaw abortion within days to weeks. The procedure will still be available in Kansas and New Mexico.
John Cornyn helped wrangle other senators from both parties to advance a spate of provisions. But will the Texas Legislature follow his lead?
A smoking octopus and pointy-eared aliens: Johnson's sketches on political letterhead are wonderfully weird.
In a last-ditch bid to avoid paying massive damages to the Sandy Hook families he defamed, the Infowars host sought bankruptcy protection—and failed to win it.
Follow along with the latest sayings and doings of Louie Gohmert, the Republican congressman for Texas’s First Congressional District.
Harini Logan claimed the top spot last night, making her the seventh Texan spelling bee champ in the last ten years. T-E-X-A-S!
The state’s account of how law enforcement responded to the massacre at Robb Elementary School has shifted as it’s been contradicted by witnesses and video.
Governor Abbott’s comments showed just how lost our leaders are when it comes to gun violence.
The Texas A&M football coach denied Saban’s claim that the Aggies “bought” all their players and called the accusation “despicable.”
An all-time-great game seven offers a hint of how high Luka Dončić and the Dallas Mavericks can fly in the 2022 NBA playoffs.
The Texas Railroad Commission candidate stripped down in a campaign video to get attention for her issues—and landed a spot in the May 24 Republican runoff. Which means it’s time to hear her out.
At the World Food Championships’ Final Table last weekend, Dallas College student Preston Nguyen took the top prize.
With small-screen projects such as ‘Moon Knight’ and ‘The Good Lord Bird,’ Ethan Hawke’s righteous believers get more room to breathe.
Texan actors have a strong presence in the MCU. But which performances would we watch in any multiverse, and which would we prefer blipped out of existence?
Vin Diesel, in a long, feelings-heavy Instagram post, revealed how close the venerable Texas star came to playing Lucas Hobbs.
The Houstonian pulled double duty on ‘Saturday Night Live’ as host and musical guest. How’d she do?
San Antonio’s Briana Saldaña brought her A-game (with a little help from Kelly Clarkson).
Katy ISD is considering a ban on the Pulitzer Prize–winning graphic novel about the Holocaust. Here’s what the book taught me.
Elgin's Riley Leon survived a harrowing encounter with a tornado. Now the community is getting him back on his feet.
Is “vanilla milkshake” as confounding a flavor as it appears? Does a chicken sandwich-themed chip taste like chicken? All your questions answered.
The festival was smaller and less overwhelming than in times past, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing—or a sign of things to come.
Kazka’s male members took up arms to repel Putin’s invasion. But the band’s singer, Oleksandra Zaritska, was still determined to appear at the festival.
The Lone Star State was well represented at this year’s SXSW, and these films feature settings, accents, and subject matter to remind you of home.
Richard Linkater’s ‘Apollo 10½’ Continues a Winning Streak From America’s Most Successful Experimental Filmmaker
The light-on-plot, heavy-on-nostalgia animated feature is Linklater at his Linklaterest.
Read our guide and avoid getting talked at by a crypto bro, at SXSW or anywhere else.
Answers to your questions about the state's new rules targeting transgender kids.
With Republican incumbent Ken Paxton's legal troubles, Democrats have plenty of contenders this year.