The London-based political profiling company is accused of harvesting 50 million Facebook profiles without users’ permission.
A prominent Republican strategist's advice for our now-beleaguered junior senator.
After Trump’s stunning win, Texas’s Republican leaders still face a critical choice.
Nine political insiders from the left and right (and points in between) predict what sort of numbers we might wake up to on November 9.
The wit and wisdom of Katrina Pierson.
A look at the race for district attorney in Nueces County.
In remembrance of the stereopticon of 1916.
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.
Even in the age of Trump, a get-out-the-vote canvasser knows that Hispanic residents are thinking local.
With protectionism sweeping the nation, let’s recall why NAFTA has been so good for Texas.
Senfronia Thompson has a few things to say about Hillary Clinton, Dan Patrick, and the foster care system.
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.
Musings on a presidential campaign.
Texas’s recent primary season offers a blueprint for how the Republican party could reform itself in the post-Trump era.
Mimi Swartz discovers the Texas she remembers in a small cafe in Cisco.
What You Should Know About Bernie Sanders And A Controversial Proposal To Bring Toxic Waste To Sierra Blanca
The Vermont senator and hopeful Democratic presidential candidate has been the subject of criticism for a vote on a controversial project that never came to fruition.
The former San Antonio mayor has been waiting in the wings for the past four years—and the 2016 talk is heating up.
With all the candidates thus far who have entered the 2016 run for president, the logos and mottos abound. Our new crop of Texas Monthly interns figured that none of the candidates matched the qualifications of one Aaron Franklin, proprietor of Austin’s Franklin Barbecue, so they made some alterations to the
The governor gave a rousing speech, but his interpretation of the Constitution is too narrow