Appeals Court Weighs Intent Of Texas' Strict Voter ID LawThe new law clarified that both U.S. passport books and cards would be accepted. But it didn't expand the list of seven acceptable IDs beyond those in the 2011 version of a law that critics said was the toughest voter ID law in the country.
Billy Bush Says Trump 'Access Hollywood' Tape Is RealBilly Bush said it was indeed Donald Trump's voice captured on a 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape talking about fame enabling him to grope and try to have sex with women.
North Richland Hills Man Launches Senatorial Campaign To Unseat CruzBruce Jacobson Jr. from North Richland Hills launched his senatorial campaign on Thursday to unseat incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz in the upcoming 2018 election.
Republican Governors Gather Amid Party Setbacks, TurmoilRepublicans who control two-thirds of the nation's governorships are gathering this week in America's largest red state, in part to strategize about how to maintain their political dominance.
A Look At The Winners And Losers Of The Top U.S. RacesDemocrats swept Virginia and New Jersey's governor's races, incumbents came out on top in several big-city mayoral races and voters in Maine said they wanted to join 31 other states in expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
Texans Voting On 7 Proposed Amendments To State ConstitutionTexas voters on Tuesday are deciding on seven proposed amendments to the state's Constitution. No statewide offices are up for grabs on this ballot.
Supreme Court Blocks Lower Court Ruling On Texas DistrictsThe 5-4 order issued late Tuesday means the state almost certainly will hold elections next year in districts that were struck down as racially discriminatory.
Federal Judge Blocks Texas Voter ID LawTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton promises to appeal the ruling.
Hillary Clinton Calling New Book "What Happened"Hillary Clinton is calling her new book "What Happened," and promising unprecedented candor as she looks back at her stunning presidential election defeat last year to Donald Trump.
Abbott Has $41 Million For 2018, But No Major OpponentGov. Greg Abbott is starting his re-election bid with nearly $41 million on hand, giving the Republican a formidable head start on any potential challenger in 2018. But no Democratic opponent has emerged.
Texas Senate Approves Eliminating Straight-Ticket VotingThe Texas Senate has preliminarily approved a bill eliminating straight-ticket voting statewide beginning in 2020.
Mayoral Positions, Council Seats & Bond Issues On May 6 BallotsNorth Texans head to the polls on Saturday to vote in municipal elections. City council seats are up for grabs this year in Dallas. Voters in Arlington, Fort Worth, Keller and Plano will be picking their next mayor.