More than half of the 38 people who represent Texas in Congress have not held a single town hall since January of last year.
The U.S. Department of Commerce recently announced that it would add a citizenship question to the 2020 decennial census.
Eight out of the remaining 20 candidates are cities found, broadly speaking, in states fairly thought of as dominated by conservative politics.
San Antonio recently passed a law that prevents merchants from selling tobacco products to anyone under 21, becoming the first Texas city to do so.
The U.S. has changed markedly since the the civil rights movement, but in some respects, it is perhaps not much different from how it was in the 1960s.
In the United States, Hanukkah has become a big deal in no small part because of Christmas.
During the past legislative session, Texas lawmakers cancelled funding for the Office of Minority Health Statistics and Engagement beyond Sept. 1, 2018.
The right to peacefully protest represents one of the United States’ defining values and separates us from a totalitarian dictatorship.
Amazon’s list of attributes, topped by a business-friendly environment, holds no mention of a city’s commitment to social equity.
Why do I call it a miracle? Because every minute of every day, we trust that people we will never meet will do their jobs with honor.