Patricia Moore and her family came from Colombia and waited 15 years to become U.S. citizens.
The elation of Dallas health care worker Nina Pham’s loved ones reached new heights after she was declared Ebola free.
Democrat Wendy Davis says she would welcome President Barack Obama campaigning for her in Texas in the final days of her underdog bid for governor.
Innovation drives the U.S. economy, and employees with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills have become a hot commodity in post-recession America.
The influx of migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border has grown so large that it now requires its own transportation system: government buses that spend each night idling on a Texas roadside, awaiting the latest arrivals.
The legal, humanitarian and political constraints facing the Obama administration as it copes with thousands of Central American children entering the country illegally has come into sharp focus.
Gov. Rick Perry has testified at a U.S. House Homeland Security Committee hearing in South Texas that in addition to the humanitarian crisis created by a flood of unaccompanied child immigrants, there is a crisis involving border security.
The White House says the Obama administration will continue to “rigorously” enforce the law when it comes to addressing the flood of unaccompanied child immigrants at the southern border.
The average amount students from Texas owe is $24,000. But it’s small compared to some states.
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has accepted the national housing secretary position.
President Barack Obama says the nation is drawing strength from relatives of the victims of the fatal shootings last week at Fort Hood.
A top White House aide says it’s possible that Russia could invade eastern Ukraine, and even U.S. military assistance would be unlikely to prevent it.