Greg Abbott is formally demanding that Travis County Sheriff Sally Hernandez reverse her new policy on cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
House Speaker Joe Straus told the Texas Association of Business that the “bathroom bill” was not his most urgent concern for the 85th Legislative Session.
State lawmakers will face a tight fiscal picture and varying priorities that naturally accompany the last regular session before statewide elections.
Top Texas Republicans met Sunday with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen amid new tensions with China over the U.S. relationship with Taiwan.
All but two of Texas’ 38 electors voted Monday to officially put Donald Trump in the White House.
Texas Republicans are preparing for a closely watched Electoral College vote Monday in what is normally an afterthought to a presidential election.
President-elect Donald Trump has officially selected former Gov. Rick Perry, a former rival turned loyalist, to lead the Department of Energy.
Before word got out about Rex Tillerson’s appointment as secretary of state, the Lone Star State had come up empty in Trump’s Cabinet appointments.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, once a vicious critic of Donald Trump, is allying himself with the president-elect on some key issues
Art Sisneros said he believed voting for Trump “would bring dishonor to God.”