Posted on · Get your weekly dose of national and local politics from two political science professors on Houston Public Media's new podcast 'Party Politics'.
Posted on · The host of travel shows on NPR and PBS will be speaking at the University of Houston on Thursday evening.
Posted on · The federal appeals court judge will give his opening statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday, starting off what is expected to be three days of hearings.
Posted on · Perry said during his confirmation hearing in January that he’s been open to Texas helping solve the waste problem.
Posted on · Saturday's "Meet a Muslim" event in Houston was one of many held across the U.S.
Posted on · A major source of division among cities and state officials is differing opinions on what local control means — and to whom it provides the power to govern.
Posted on · “Nobody believes that no regulations is a good answer," Sen. John Cornyn of Texas said.
Posted on · Two UH political experts break down the president's first address to Congress.
Posted on · Judge Ed Emmett calls the bill “misguided.”
Posted on · One group that helps train female candidates says applications for its programs are up 87 percent since Election Day.
Posted on · Demonstrators clogged the street outside Senator Ted Cruz’s hometown office. Most said they’d been trying to reach him by phone or e-mail for weeks to air their concerns, without success.
Posted on · Less than a week after Iran tested a ballistic missile, the U.S. government expanded economic sanctions against the country.
Posted on · Republicans suspended committee rules this morning to advance the nominations for Health and Human Services and Treasury. Democrats staged another boycott over Trump's pick for the EPA.
Posted on · Episode: 2542 Hippodamus of Miletus and Urban Design. Today, a grid for the ages.
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