Republican Ted Cruz is the newest troublemaker of the U.S. Senate, and his return to Texas this week was nothing short of a victory lap.
Gov. Rick Perry said Wednesday that Attorney General Greg Abbott has agreed not to challenge him in the 2014 Republican primary if Perry chooses to seek re-election.
Will the President’s second term bring cooperation or confrontation between Democrats and Republicans?
Just hours after he was sworn-in, Texas’ new Republican Senator Ted Cruz went on offense against president Obama and Democrats – who he says are reluctant to cut spending.
The House has re-elected embattled Republican John Boehner speaker. The Ohio lawmaker won a second, two-year term as leader with 220 votes, losing just a handful of votes in the Republican-controlled chamber.
U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison is defending her conservative record as leaves Washington after nearly two decades.
Chuck Bradley had been running for the District 33 Congressional seat for the better part of 18 months, but he says the numbers were just too great to overcome.
Campaign volunteers were busy Monday night making phone calls and putting out yard signs.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a pastor and civil rights pioneer. And two Dallas billboards claim he was a Republican too.
Is Texas’ U.S. Senate race even really a race? Or is it a foregone conclusion for Republican Ted Cruz?
One high profile Texas Democrat is skipping the Democratic National Convention to campaign for votes at home in the race for a U.S. Senate seat.
Well, it’s that time again when thousands of people get together every four years to officially nominate a candidate for President and his or her running mate for Vice President.