It's Clinton And It's History For AmericaHillary Clinton is the first woman to win the presidential nomination of a major U.S. political party.
Trump Presents 'Partner' Pence To NationDonald Trump presented running mate Mike Pence to the nation Saturday, hailing the Indiana governor as his "first choice" and "my partner in the campaign."
Senate Democrats Block GOP's Zika Funding Bill Senate Democrats have blocked a GOP-drafted measure to provide $1.1 billion to fight the Zika virus, accusing Republicans of packing the measure with partisan provisions and unfair spending cuts.
1 Arrest, 7 Protestors Removed After Trump Rally In DallasProtests against presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump were relatively peaceful in Dallas with the exception of one man arrested for disorderly conduct.
Two North Texas Cities Reject Trump Campaign RalliesCBS11 News has learned two cities in North Texas, Grand Prairie and Irving, have rejected playing host to Donald Trump's campaign rallies in the days leading up to the presumptive Republican nominee's visit to the Dallas area Thursday.
Texas Regulator: Trump U Preyed On 'Novice' InvestorsAs Texas regulators investigated Trump University for fraud six years ago, Donald Trump's lawyers tried the same defenses the presumptive Republican presidential nominee cited again as recently as Tuesday — that the now-defunct real-estate workshops were top-notch and the students overwhelmingly satisfied.
Trump Reaches Number Of Delegates Needed For GOP NominationBillionaire businessman Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president.
Texas AG Vows He's 'Not Going Anywhere' Amid Criminal CaseIndicted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has released a defiant video vowing "I'm not going anywhere" as his lawyers go to court to fight felony securities fraud indictments against him.
Some Cruz Supporters Surprised He Dropped OutCruz supporter and President of the Dallas Eagle Forum Trayce Bradford says she was surprised Texas Senator Ted Cruz dropped out of the presidential race.
Supreme Court Ruling On Texas Redistricting Cheers DemocratsThe U.S. Supreme Court handed Texas a victory Monday, upholding the state's system of drawing legislative voting districts based on everyone who lives there — not just registered voters.
Senate GOP Leader: No Lame-Duck Hearing Of President's Supreme Court PickThe leader of the Republican-controlled Senate is ruling out the idea of considering President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee after the November election -- as one GOP colleague has suggested.
'Softer' GOP Debate Tonight? So Says Trump, MaybeThe chairman of the Republican Party says he wants Thursday's Republican presidential debate to be "more of a G-rated" event than recent showdowns.