Cruz's Tactics Boil Washington, But Impress TexasRepublican 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.
Cruz, Sadler Stay Civil In Final US Senate DebateThe two bitter rivals for Texas' open U.S. Senate seat have stayed calm and civil during their second and final debate.
Sadler Says Debate Will Expose Cruz's ExtremismIs Texas' U.S. Senate race even really a race? Or is it a foregone conclusion for Republican Ted Cruz?
Cruz To Address Republican National ConventionTexas U.S. Senate candidate Ted Cruz will be among the "headliners" addressing the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
Cruz Win Celebrated As Big Victory For Tea PartyTea Party darling Ted Cruz is making national headlines, one day after he defeated Lt. Governor David Dewhurst for the GOP Senate nomination.
Running Into A Runoff CandidateCBS 11 News This Morning's new anchor Brendan Higgins was headed for some sun and fun this weekend, but ran into someone at the airport
Leppert Backs Dewhurst Over Cruz After DebateAn hourlong debate between the remaining Republican candidates for U.S. Senate was overshadowed Tuesday night by the announcement that came afterward.
Major Turn In Texas Senate Race Has Cruz Over DewhurstFor the first time, an independent poll shows tea party favorite Ted Cruz has taken the lead over Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst in the Republican primary runoff for the U.S. Senate seat in Texas.
Texas Tea Party Feud Pits Cruz Against PatrickLong-simmering tensions between a tea party-backed U.S. Senate candidate and a leading tea party voice in the Texas Legislature have boiled over.
Democrats Sadler, Yarbrough Meet In Senate Debate The two Democrats competing in a runoff for their party's nomination to replace U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison disagreed on how the federal government should address the faltering economy, on immigration and on the war on drugs during a debate Tuesday afternoon.
Dewhurst, Cruz Continue Campaigning Ahead Of RunoffIt’s been less than a day since former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz forced a runoff against Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst for the vacant U.S. Senate seat. But that doesn’t mean the campaigning has taken a break.