The former president played the usual hits at a rally Saturday, but rock musician Ted Nugent found new lows.
An Austin Attorney’s Supreme Court Brief Has Eerie Similarities to Justice Alito’s Leaked Draft Overturning Roe
Jonathan Mitchell, who cooked up the Texas “vigilante” law that effectively made abortion illegal in the state, argues the quiet parts of the majority opinion out loud.
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.
Today’s the deadline to apply for federal aid, but some experts say decreasing regulations and hiring more inspectors would be more useful.
Democratic leaders have predicted that the leaked draft decision will get Texas liberals to the polls. History provides caution.
At the sprawling North Texas community college, four professors say they were let go for speaking their minds. They’re not going quietly.
CEO Jim Schwertner credits the persistent success of Capitol Land & Livestock to a data-driven algorithm.
The massive facility sits along two miles of the Colorado River. Environmentalists want a say in how the development might affect the waterway.
With an abortion ban looming as the Supreme Court prepares to overturn Roe, the heartbreak of trying to provide reproductive care is too much for some.
How did the former governor become a leading advocate for psychedelics?
U.S. House candidate Jessica Cisneros predicts it will, but most national Democratic leaders are standing behind the incumbent, Henry Cuellar.
Aggregate mining in Texas yields billions of dollars but leaves behind a pockmarked landscape.
Frisco is one of Texas’s top school districts. Well-funded candidates for its board are running campaigns designed to stir discontent with public education.
Two right-wing activists in the high-performing, highly diverse Katy Independent School District aim to unseat incumbents in Saturday’s election.
No, sorry, we can't blame the Californians. Here's more than you ever wanted to know about your home’s skyrocketing appraisal.
Kevin McCarthy’s trip to Eagle Pass laid bare the bipartisan bankruptcy of U.S. policy.
Greg Abbott says yes. New polling tells a different story.
But for now, her two GOP challengers are busy slashing at each other before the May 24 runoff election.
The group’s copresident calls the move “baby steps” for the 175-year-old Baptist university.
That is, whenever the industry can sort out supply-chain issues and labor shortages.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate says he wants to have a dialogue with Texans of all persuasions. But in one rural community, Republicans worked to make sure he would have no place to talk or listen.
A&M researchers say more-robust testing is needed to understand just how much human feces ends up in Gulf waters.
Researchers at Tarleton State have found an all-natural way to prevent Texans from imbibing quite so many tiny plastic particles.
A legal expert says the governor’s effective blockading of the border could have violated the U.S. Constitution.
The governor’s move to bus migrants to D.C. may be an attempt to stick it to Joe Biden, but it’s playing out in ways he didn’t anticipate.
When undocumented immigrants venture near campuses, many schools institute security protocols. But criminal acts by migrants aren't common.
There’s a long tradition in Texas of moral panics over what schools are teaching kids. The newest iteration is particularly quaint.
Dangerous gas leaking from an abandoned well has become an issue in the colorful Railroad Commission runoff election.
After a quarter century in statewide office, Texas’s most popular politician remains an enigma—even to the folks who keep electing him. But the truth about the governor is hiding in plain sight.
Plus, authorities seized 31 pets from an animal hoarder, and two MMA fighters wrested away a shooter's weapon.
“Mixed-reality” tools are in development in San Antonio and Wichita Falls for the next generation of airmen.
Conservationist, businessman, and filmmaker Jay Kleberg offers unusual qualifications for the job.
The governor's plans to bus migrants to D.C. and ramp up vehicle inspections at ports of entry have little to do with federal immigration policy.
By chasing an early retirement and triggering a special election, veteran Rep. Filemon Vela of Brownsville has opened up a big opportunity for Republican candidate Mayra Flores.
Two-fifths of Texas Republicans say they would never vote for a Bush.
The Patriots for America answered Kinney County's call for help cracking down on immigration. The group's methods concern civil liberties groups.
After the state’s abortion ban went into effect last year, the president promised a response that experts say has not materialized.
At an event of the group of “GLBT” conservatives in Houston, speakers studiously avoided discussion of their party’s anti-trans policies.
Lina Hidalgo Aides Are Accused of Steering a Contract to an Ally. Internal Communications Paint a Murkier Picture.
Documents shared with Texas Monthly reveal the thinking of some of the Harris County Judge’s staffers in awarding an $11 million bid.
Elgin's Riley Leon survived a harrowing encounter with a tornado. Now the community is getting him back on his feet.
A Fundamentalist East Texas Church Bought a Sawmill. Injuries and Child Labor Violations Began to Pile Up.
Almost 25 percent of severe injuries at mills in the state since 2017 have occurred at a single facility, owned by members of the Church of Wells.
For years, raw sewage has overwhelmed the city’s aging wastewater infrastructure. It’s spending $725 million to try to stop that.
The seventh-generation Texan is roaming the state in her van, registering voters—and digging into her family's history in the long struggle for voting rights.
Texas’s attorney general is seen as the most beatable statewide Republican, but Rochelle Garza and Joe Jaworski are struggling to motivate the Democratic base.
A team of scientists at Texas A&M has been testing cats and dogs throughout the pandemic. The CDC is furry interested.
After two years of hell, Texas teachers are burned-out, angry, tired—and sounding the alarm about public education.
‘Shouting Down Midnight’ is a hagiography of the state senator that tries to impose a triumph narrative for Texas Democrats where none exists.
The Russian-funded network may have folded, but Texas native Rachel Blevins is still propagandizing for Putin.
Plus, José Altuve pays a fan a visit, and a woman tries to smuggle four spider monkeys into the U.S. in a duffel bag.
Russia’s war on Ukraine has made it practically patriotic to pump oil, but the Permian hasn’t ramped up production. Don’t blame Washington. Blame Wall Street.