Posted on The Texas senator’s move may be a last throw of the dice to block Donald Trump from winning the California GOP primary – and with it, the party’s presidential nomination.
Posted on Kerry said cooperating with Muslim religious and political leaders around the world is essential to defeat Islamist terrorism. He argued that anti-Muslim rhetoric by U.S. presidential candidates isn’t helping.
Posted on Voters in House District 139 will have two opportunities in less than a month to have their say.
Posted on The rains made it a rough week for many Houston residents, especially those in the northeast, northwest and western parts of the Greater Houston area. It all began Monday morning, as we hear in this audio postcard of reports throughout the week.
Posted on Reps. Al Green and Gene Green are proposing a bill for $311 million in supplemental funding for the Army Corps of Engineers, to help avert a repeat of this week’s historic flooding.
Posted on Harris County is offering registration assistance to residents rendered homeless by this week’s historic flooding.
Posted on Houston’s mayor said the city aimed to move all who lost their homes out of shelters and into temporary or permanent housing by Friday. But many Greenspoint residents left the information session dissatisfied.
Posted on Latino immigrants, many of whom have held legal residency in the U.S. for decades, are now rushing to naturalize in time to vote in the 2016 presidential election.
Posted on The inquiry comes just days after federal securities regulators filed civil fraud charges against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Posted on Cabañas, Cuba’s first ambassador to the U.S. in more than 50 years, visited Houston on Tuesday to give an address at Rice University’s Baker Institute.
Posted on The federal civil charges compound Paxton’s legal troubles stemming from his work recruiting investors for technology firm Servergy Inc.
Posted on The legislation would help Holocaust survivors and victims’ families with long, costly court battles to get private museums to return their property.
Posted on The provision cuts the retirement benefits of public sector workers, such as teachers, who worked a second job in the private sector to make ends meet.
Posted on The Justice Department has sued to stop Houston-based Halliburton from acquiring crosstown competitor Baker Hughes.
Posted on The 8-0 decision is expected to benefit urban districts with large Latino populations over rural, more conservative ones.