Dr. Allan Saxe is celebrating 50 years of teaching students political science at the University of Texas at Arlington.
UTA political science professor Allan Saxe provides a complete recap the day’s results, and gives insight into what the nation’s political structure might look like moving forward.
They’re the types of personal political battles that take over our airwaves.
Democrats and some Republicans in Congress blame Texas Senator Ted Cruz and his effort to defund Obamacare for the 16 day partial government shutdown.
Gov. Rick Perry’s announcement that after nearly thirteen years in office, he won’t seek a fourth full term next year begs the question — what’s next?
The United States Supreme Court struck down a portion of the 1965 Voting Rights Act requiring certain states, including Texas, to have voting law changes “pre-cleared” by federal courts.
Tarrant County District Attorney Joe Shannon is accused by a former employee of repeatedly making unwanted sexual advances and turning his office an unworkable environment.
Just hours after he was sworn-in, Texas’ new Republican Senator Ted Cruz went on offense against president Obama and Democrats – who he says are reluctant to cut spending.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott may be considering a campaign to land him in the governor’s seat in 2014.
Governor Rick Perry’s campaign for president may be over, but how will he be remembered?
Just over 100 days ago, Betsy Price was sworn in as Mayor of Fort Worth. Since then, Price has had to oversee the shaping of spending policies in a new budget while filling the shoes of long-time mayor Mike Moncrief.
Republicans are split on Gov. Rick Perry’s performance during Tuesday night’s presidential debate.