Posted on · The Biden administration is pausing its distribution of free COVID-19 tests this week, but you can still order new ones before the end date.
Posted on · While the reopening of the government is welcome news for many federal workers, some express trepidation that they'll face the same predicament after Feb. 15.
Posted on · Organizations throughout Houston are offering help to those who aren't getting paid.
Posted on · As an official with the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency put it, “we don’t keep track of individuals once they’ve been deported to foreign countries”
Posted on · Private shelter operators want to open as many as four new facilities to accommodate the continued influx of children.
Posted on · It will be especially difficult to reunite toddlers with parents who may have been released into the interior United States or even deported back to their home countries, government attorneys argued.
Posted on · The $5 billion housing recovery plan will be administered in two parts: $2.3 billion directly allocated for Houston and Harris County and $2.7 billion for all other disaster areas.
Posted on · Four congressional Democrats objected to the pamphlet this week, saying it includes "blatant lies about the safety of abortion"
Posted on · The U.S. Department of Justice's directive tells federal prosecutors on the southwest border to prosecute all Department of Homeland Security referrals for alleged violations of federal immigration illegal-entry laws
Posted on · Federal officials have sued the city of Houston after two female firefighters accused their male colleagues of harassing them because of their sex
Posted on · America's emergency alert system expects local authorities to warn the public in case of a ballistic missile attack. Some wish the feds would cut out the middle man
Posted on · Most of the funding for the president's plan to repair and rebuild highways, bridges, and other infrastructure would come from state and local governments.
Posted on · Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has promised to bring up a bill to address DACA, border security and other issues, even if no consensus emerges before the next funding deadline, on Feb. 8
Posted on · Some federal employees fear they could find themselves in limbo again in a few more weeks
Posted on · Jay Aiyer of Texas Southern University and City Council Member Dave Martin join Houston Matters to explain how a government shutdown could affect Greater Houston.