In his forthcoming memoir, the former San Antonio mayor and Obama cabinet member recalls leaving Texas for college at Stanford.
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Castro’s decision leaves Beto O’Rourke as the lone Democrat in the U.S. Senate race.
The inside account of a rising congressman’s freshman year in office.
Politics can usually be described along the same lines as that old cliché about the weather: if you don’t like it, just wait five minutes and it’ll change. The will of the electorate is fickle, as constant in its attachment to any particular politician as to any particular variety of breakfast…
After ruling the state for a century, Texas Democrats were gradually reduced to irrelevance. Is the reawakening at hand?
What people are saying about the San Antonio mayor's keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Mary Gonzalez of El Paso has been called the first lesbian member of the Texas legislature, but she tells the Dallas Voice that she prefers “pansexual.”
A primer on the San Antonio mayor, who was recently thrust into the national spotlight after he was tapped to deliver the DNC's keynote address.
But does the U.S. Supreme Court Justice’s request for briefs mean he might rule in the state’s favor?