According to a Midland representative, Vicente Fernández's song for Clinton was on par with Russian hacks.
Both have expressed liberal viewpoints, but there's a key difference in delivery.
The group has faced backlash for their decision to participate, but still plan to dance despite the implications of participating in this inauguration.
The state prepares to slash funding for disabled kids, a Texas elector resigns rather than vote for Donald Trump, and college football’s top 25 is without a Texas team for the first time in nearly two decades.
After Trump’s stunning win, Texas’s Republican leaders still face a critical choice.
Trump stole the show, but the election did provide some hope for beleaguered Texas Democrats.
After being targeted for her race, Baylor students rally around to show support.
The wit and wisdom of Katrina Pierson.
This election is a mess. Trump’s comments on election rigging have only added to that mess.
Don’t be fooled, Democrats. Texas is still a deeply Republican state.
It’s early on in the voting process, but there’s a lot happening here nonetheless.
Congressman Filemon Vela had always kept a low profile—until he told Donald Trump to stick his border fence you-know-where.
How the reddest county is contemplating the orangest candidate.
And Donald Trump’s struggles in Texas are the proof.
Why he will come to regret his endorsement of Donald Trump’s presidential bid.
With protectionism sweeping the nation, let’s recall why NAFTA has been so good for Texas.
Austin isn’t Donald Trump’s friendliest market, but the candidate kept it weird anyway.
Should Republicans support their party’s presidential nominee?
It’s been a long, dark night of the soul, but sunrise is approaching.
What the Republican presidential candidate’s comments about oil and natural gas say about geopolitics.
What they want is for the border, and its problems, to be understood.
How the other political party in Texas should capitalize on Donald Trump.
After this disorienting election season, what path is left for Texas conservatives? Who is leading the party? And what on earth to make of Donald Trump? A few insights from the state Republican convention.
You’re either with Trump or you’re against him. Unless you’re pretending to be with or against him.
Six ways the Democratic nominee is better for Republicans than Donald Trump
As the Democratic primary winds down, speculation on who frontrunner Hillary Clinton might select as a running mate ramps up—and there are some surprising names on the list.
That’s one way to do outreach to voters who may feel alienated by the presumptive Republican nominee for President.
Will Texas Republicans side with Trump or conservative principles?
Fear not, Republicans, it’s better than the state turning orange.
Texas’s recent primary season offers a blueprint for how the Republican party could reform itself in the post-Trump era.
The odds aren't great, but according to booking sites they're there.
Mimi Swartz discovers the Texas she remembers in a small cafe in Cisco.
Choosing between Trump and Cruz might not be pleasant. But it’s definitely not hard.
The Great Texas Meltdown of 2015 started slowly. In fact, things were looking mighty good for perennial favorites the Dallas Cowboys when they made the playoffs last January, and they could have gone all the way if it hadn’t been for a controversial call by the refs that cost them
How Texas can keep Donald Trump out of the White House.
His headlines might not be as incendiary as Trump's, but Ted Cruz is still making a splash.
So what does that mean for the Donald Trump “problem”?
We like the president less than the rest of the country, but the real showdown is over Blue Bell.
Republicans confront the elephant in the room.
Three more examples of our elected leaders staying the crazy course.
The former Texas governor has been a product of disruption—but also its victim.
Why Ted Cruz's friendship with the Donald could mean trouble for his campaign.
Step one: Let’s examine our own insecurities.
It’s not what you might think it is.
A cautionary tale, courtesy of Texas.
Who was the night's clear winner?
A Texas city has been invaded by a blowhard.
The U.S.-Mexico border provides plenty of economic benefits for Texas cities. Trump doesn’t want to see that.
Donald Trump’s immigration tirades are opening up doors for Rick Perry.
With the sweets-stuffed effigies of the Big Apple mogul now on sale in the Valley, bashing the Donald just got that much easier.