Of $67 million in state-level campaign contributions over one year, $57 million went to GOP candidates, according to a Texas Tribune analysis.
Land Commissioner George P. Bush says that a draft audit critical of his agency’s oversight of the Alamo had been “doctored.”
The impact of House Speaker Joe Straus’ departure from the Capitol can’t be understated, according to one political scientist.
Greg Abbott is running for governor again.
Legislation that would make it harder for people to recover damages after an insurance claim has hit a wall of opposition from business interests.
A Texas Tribune investigation found that State Sens. Jose Menéndez and Carlos Uresti failed to report almost $60,000 in donations from two PACs.
U.S. and Mexican authorities are pushing back against reports of widespread raids that have sown panic in immigrant communities.
A fundamental truth underlies the nation’s collective failure to stop illegal immigration and smuggling over the southern border: The United States demands the cheap labor and drugs.
The age of some of the bones brought here for testing underscores how long El Salvador, which lost an estimated 75,000 people in a 12-year civil war that ended in 1992, has been reeling from violence.
The Texas Tribune is taking a yearlong look at the issues of border security and immigration.