Profiling Candidates In The 32nd Congressional District: Brett ShippBrett Shipp made headlines late last year when he suddenly resigned from the news reporting job that made him a household name, and announced that he was running for Congress.
Profiling Candidates In The 32nd Congressional District: Ed MeierYou may not know Ed Meier, but chances are you've seen his ads for his primary campaign. He has raised more than $800,000, nearly as much money raised by the other six Democrats combined.
Sanders Explains How To Oppose Trump In Book Coming This NovemberFormer presidential contender Bernie Sanders is working on a new book. "Where We Go From Here" will be released on November 13 by Thomas Dunne Books.
Abbott Won't Say If He Voted For Incumbent Texas RepublicansGov. Greg Abbott has refused to say if he voted for other statewide officeholders from his own Republican party in the Texas primary. He said the "ballot is secret. It will remain secret."
Donald Trump Jr. Endorses George P. Bush's Texas Re-Election BidDonald Trump Jr. has endorsed George P. Bush's re-election bid for Texas Land Commissioner, repaying Bush for breaking with his powerful political family and supporting Donald Trump in 2016.
In Blow To GOP, Supreme Court Won’t Block PA RedistrictingThe Supreme Court is allowing a court-ordered redrawing of congressional districts in Pennsylvania to proceed, denying a plea from Republicans to block it.
O'Rourke Outraises Cruz Again In Underdog Bid To Unseat HimDemocratic lawmaker Beto O'Rourke has again outraised Sen. Ted Cruz, but still trails the heavily favored Republican incumbent in the money race for November's Senate election in Texas.
Trump Steps To Forefront Of Anti-Abortion MovementHe once called himself "pro-choice." But a year into his presidency, Donald Trump is stepping to the forefront of his administration's efforts to roll back abortion rights.
Oprah's Allies Send Mixed Messages About Her Political FutureAs fans and celebrities nationwide encourage Oprah Winfrey to seek the presidency in 2020, those closest to the media mogul are sending mixed messages about her political intentions.
Record Number Of Women Express Interest In Seeking Public OfficeInside of a classroom in Dallas, a group of women shared their names and what they hoped would be their future titles. It included jobs like congresswoman and Dallas County judge.
Steve Bannon Under Siege From GOP After Roy Moore's Alabama LossSteve Bannon is catching blame from fellow Republicans for coughing up a safe Senate seat in Alabama and foisting damaging political advice on President Trump.
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.

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