A nation that failed to control the pandemic is going to be without college sports this fall.
Critics of the modeling and of the data analysis are being too simplistic.
On Tucker last night, Patrick made an odd appeal (to be kind).
Republicans have come up with a new target to blame mass shootings on, “violent video games.”
After initially saying no, Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke is now reopening the door to the idea of running for President.
Beto O’Rourke should consider running again in 2020, but not for President.
The Texas Senate race between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke is looking close, but Democrats should not hold out much hope of flipping this seat.
In the end, it may be insurance companies that have the biggest voice in the debate over arming teachers.
A group of states led by Texas has filed a suit in response to new guidelines from the Federal Government regarding the rights of transgender students.
Houston voters rejected a broad anti-discrimination law largely due to a campaign that focused almost exclusively on concerns about transgender rights.
The Attorney General of Texas is responding to the Supreme Court’s marriage ruling by telling Clerk’s who issue marriage license that they are free to ignore the law.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has made an incredibly weak argument in favor of his state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Texas has become the latest state to attempt to restrict abortion rights, and North Carolina isn’t far behind.
The Texas Legislature is putting up its controversial abortion bill again, but don’t expect things do end the way they did last week.
If you look at the Tea Party’s impact on state politics, you see it really isn’t much different from the Religious Right.