John Cornyn and other Republicans are doing their best to explain away the Ukraine scandal, but their best just looks silly.
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Impeachment is serious business. And so is the political calculating that goes into how to respond.
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But the event was also unsettling in the way it brought together two leaders—Trump and Modi—in an authoritarian embrace.
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In just a few years, the reputed genius behind Trump’s election has completely reinvented himself. But is his story too good to be true?
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The lawsuit is believed to be the first of its kind involving family separation and suicide.
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The federal government’s efforts threaten to cut off access to much of the Valley’s natural beauty and forever alter life along the river.
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The lifelong Texan discusses the need to reintroduce America’s better angels into the immigration debate.
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During her set at the Chicago music festival, the pop-country star decried last weekend’s mass shootings.
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Racist rhetoric decrying a Central American “invasion” may have made the Latino Texas city a target for Saturday’s senseless attack.
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Will Hurd is exactly the kind of politician the Republican party’s establishment once dreamed about being their future. In March 2013, the Republican National Committee, reeling from defeat in the 2012 elections, published a postmortem report laying out an agenda …
Everything you need to know about what tariffs could mean for the Texas economy, politics, and Chipotle burrito prices.
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In a new presidential poll of Texas, Beto, Bernie, and Biden all look competitive against Trump. But it’s far too early to make too much of that.
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At hearings in El Paso, asylum seekers forced to stay in Juarez told of violence and fear.
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On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the newly minted Texas Medal of Arts winner offers behind-the-scenes glimpses of classic sessions with Kurt Cobain, Willie Nelson, and Donald Trump.
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Editors’ note: This story has been updated with additional comment from Dowd.
WASHINGTON — Matthew Dowd, an Austin-based television news commentator and former George W. Bush strategist, is…
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, dismissed concerns Thursday about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, calling them an effort to undermine Donald Trump’s victory.