Posted on · Texas’ senior senator said there’s “more than enough smoke” to warrant a deeper look at the president’s ties to his son, who was indicted Thursday.
Posted on · Employees for the Houston Democrat become the first congressional office from Texas trying to unionize under rules adopted last year.
Posted on · Texas Republicans have long pressed President Joe Biden to do more to address border security and jeered at his remarks during his annual speech to Congress.
Posted on · The representative from Houston said fellow Republicans admitted behind closed doors that the 2020 election wasn’t stolen, and he warned that such messaging could dangerously mislead voters.
Posted on · The Texan objected to certifying Arizona’s electoral votes as rioters stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. The bill, which Cruz voted against in committee on Tuesday, would make a similar move in the future meaningless.
Posted on · The governor joined 21 other Republicans in denouncing the president’s plan as harming Americans who didn’t go to college.
Posted on · Escobar was part of a demonstration to preserve access to abortion with several other Democratic congresswomen who were also arrested.
Posted on · The school marshal program allows certain school staffers to carry a firearm and neutralize active shooters on campus. Here's how participants train.
Posted on · The Senate Select Committee on Violence in Schools and School Safety also wants to explore new funding to help arm certain school employees.
Posted on · Cody Wilson's group Defense Distributed is known for attempting to upload the digital blueprints for 3D-printed guns. But he also helps customers make unregistered, unserialized conventional firearms, from Glocks to AR-15s.
Posted on · Walter Wendler, president of West Texas A&M University, has expanded community outreach and doctoral programs for rural areas, but his past has its share of contentious moments
Posted on · The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced $12 billion in emergency aid to offset the effects of new tariffs — to the relief of many Texas farmers
Posted on · Three UT-Austin professors sued to end a state law mandating campus carry in Texas. Though a federal judge dismissed the suit, the fight isn't over as the case goes to a federal appeals court.
Posted on · To address a shortage of rural vets, Texas Tech plans to build a new vet school, which would be the second in the state. But A&M said doing so would detract state resources without solving anything.
Posted on · West Texas A&M opened a simulated emergency operations center on campus to train student teachers on how to respond to crises, including active shooters and natural disasters.