Republicans for years have been in maniacal pursuit of widespread voter fraud. It makes fools of them, writes Rick Casey.
A late-1980s law that was born out of a molestation case against a Catholic priest could help prevent church authorities from covering up sex crimes today.
Some politicians have always understood that if they kept their noses clean while in public service, they could be richly rewarded when they left it.
The consequences of supporting Trump have already begun for IBC Bank head Dennis Nixon and his business colleagues, starting with the government shutdown.
For the first time in a decade, the Texas Legislature has opened its session without San Antonio’s Joe Straus in the powerful post of Speaker of the House. Happily, his spirit is still strong in Austin.
Elizondo became a close ally who helped Wolff transform county government from a medieval circus of competing fiefdoms into something of a modern big-city powerhouse.
Research indicates that borrowing money through municipal bonds becomes more expensive for local governments after local newspapers close.
Congress’ approval of the First Step Act, on a bipartisan vote, comes in the wake of a number of criminal justice reforms in Texas.
The case of a San Antonio resident sentenced to probation despite multiple DWI convictions raises important questions about influence and lame-duck status.
White folks who are frightened at becoming a minority need to understand the United States’ amazing power of assimilation.