Brazoria County is diversifying fast, but its top elected officials are all white.
In Texas's Republican primaries, the stop-the-steal message doesn’t seem to be catching fire.
Not only does TX-33 in Dallas look like a snake eating its own tail, it also packs non-Anglo voters into one district more tightly than before.
As the partial government shutdown stretches toward a second pay period with no money, we spoke to Texas members of Congress about their pay.
When a Texas Republican and Texas Democrat drove 1,600 miles together to Washington and live-streamed it, the nation took notice.
The governor declared that only Congress can fix family separations shortly before the president ended the policy.
The congressional investigation that is focusing on Speaker Jim Wright’s ethics is missing the real problem —his judgment.
For the first time since Sam Rayburn’s day, the Speaker of the House will be a Texan. And if Jim Wright of Fort Worth is to be successful, he’ll have to remember what Rayburn taught him.
Twelve ran, Mike Andrews won. A saga of ambition, money, power, courage, and the nature of urban politics in Texas.
Is Barbara Jordan really worth all the fuss?