Number Of US Abortions May Be Increasing Slightly After Decades Of DeclineAfter a long decline abortions in the U.S. appear to be inching up, though officials are cautious about calling it an upward trend because a government report is incomplete.
Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson Planned To Run For Re-Election Days Before She Announced RetirementU.S. Rep. Johnson said she wants a state lawmaker to succeed her.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Officially Files For Re-Election, Seeking 3rd TermGov. Abbott said in a video he's running for re-election to secure the Texas border, support police and keep Texas a top job-creator.
Appeals Court Sides With Dallas County Judge, Shoots Down Texas Governor's Ban Against Mask MandatesMask mandates will be allowed in the State of Texas. The Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas issued the ruling during the late night on November 22.
President Biden To Announce Release Of Oil From Strategic Petroleum ReserveA White House official confirmed to CBS News that President Joe Biden will announce on Tuesday a plan to release 50 million barrels of oil from the U.S.’ emergency stockpile.
Republican US Rep. Louie Gohmert Announces Run For Texas Attorney General, Matt Krause Decides To Run For Tarrant County DAGohmert told supporters on YouTube channel Monday night, Nov. 22 he's raised the $1 million he said he needed to begin the campaign.
Still No Ruling From The US Supreme Court On Texas' New Abortion LawThe high court's first decision of the term deflated expectations that the justices would resolve the issue of whether Texas' ban on most abortions could be challenged in federal court.
At Dallas Rally, Beto O'Rourke & Supporters See The Political Center As His Path To VictoryDuring Beto O'Rourke's first rally in North Texas since he entered the Texas Governor's race last Monday, his campaign said he attracted more than 1,500 people to Dallas Fair Park.
Conflict Over Abortion Laws Won't Abate If Roe v. Wade FallsThe demise of Roe v. Wade would return abortion policymaking to states, continuing the battle over abortion access.
Long-Time Dallas Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson Announces RetirementUS Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX-30) announced on November 20 that she is retiring from Congress after nearly 30 years.
Long-Time Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson To Announce Saturday If She Will Retire Or Seek Another TermU.S. Rep. Johnson, 85, is the longest-serving member of Congress from Texas, and if she steps away from elected office, it will mark the beginning of the end of an era.