As election night 2012 goes into the history books, CBSDFW and our on-air partners at KRLD and CBS 11 had you covered locally, across the state and across the nation.
President Barack Obama and Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney prepare for the second of three debates before the November 2012 election.
Political debates among friends and relatives during election season are as old as — well — politics. But social media is changing the debate.
The election season and Halloween have been joined together in a yard display that is drawing attention in Colleyville.
North Texans give their thoughts on the Democratic National Convention and President Obama’s speech accepting his nomination for a second term.
His convention over, President Barack Obama ran smack into the harsh reality of a bleak new report on the nation’s unemployment outlook Friday.
Ten federal immigration agents, including an agent here in Dallas, are suing the Obama administration.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has written to state agencies calling a new Obama administration immigration policy “a slap in the face to the rule of law.”
In a letter sent Monday, Perry said the White House’s “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program doesn’t change Texas policies.
After slamming Bush-era tax cuts and calling Mitt Romney a business “outsourcer,” President Obama said Tuesday in Austin that he would remind the world why America is the best country in the world if he was sent back to the White House.
President Barack Obama is trying to rebuild the American economy, one job at a time — literally.
Newt Gingrich said Mitt Romney raised taxes as Massachusetts governor. Romney countered he cut taxes 19 times. Both were basically right, but decidedly one-sided, in the Republican presidential debate Monday night.
About 40,000 American troops are currently in Iraq.