Senate GOP Leaders Hope For Health Care Vote Next WeekRepublican leaders want to stage a climactic vote on their health care bill next week. But internal rifts over issues like coverage requirements and Medicaid cuts leave the timing and even the measure's fate unclear.
Democrats Push At Trial To Change Texas Voting Maps For 2018Hammering the point that Texas is looking more Hispanic and less white every year, Democrats on Monday began pushing for new 2018 election maps before a court that already decided Republicans purposefully tried stifling minority voters.
President Trump Says Russia Likely Hacked But Nobody 'Knows For Sure'President Donald Trump questioned the veracity of American intelligence about foreign meddling in the U.S. election, arguing Thursday that Russia wasn't the only country that may have interfered.
Senate GOP Delay Health Care Vote, Trump Says It's 'OK' If It Doesn't Pass Senate Republican leaders have abruptly delayed the vote on their health care bill until after the July 4th recess.
Analysis: Texas Gave House GOP Biggest Gerrymandering BumpGerrymandering, in which the party in power alters the electoral maps to favor itself, helps explain why the GOP continues to be so dominant in Texas despite the rapid growth of the state's Hispanic population, which tends to back Democrats.
Court Sets Trial That Could Alter Texas Voting Maps For 2018A court that found racial gerrymandering and intentional discrimination in Texas voting maps has set a summer trial that could impact the 2018 elections.
How Dallas Voters Can Respond To Unwanted Absentee Mail BallotsThe Dallas County Elections Department has received complaints regarding voters receiving Absentee Mail Ballots and had not requested these ballots.
Keller Bubble Dome Proposal Bursts After Amendement FailsAfter hours of debate and discussion at Keller Town Hall, council members voted down an amendment that would allow two, large bubble domes on the site of a new tennis complex, "The Birch."
Texas Senate OKs Revisions To Voter ID Law The Texas Senate on Monday approved key modifications to the state's strictest-in-the-nation voter ID law, incorporating some changes ordered after federal courts previously found it discriminatory.
States Scramble For Funding To Upgrade Aging Voting MachinesElection officials in Texas and across the U.S. are eager to replace aging fleets of voting machines but are grappling with how to fund the nation's next generation of voting equipment.
Revolt Fizzles As Trump Easily Wins Electoral College VoteA planned revolt among electors in the Electoral College has fizzled, sending President-elect Donald Trump to a victory far more mundane than his opponents had hoped for.
Obama Says US Will Respond To Russian HackingPresident Barack Obama says the U.S. must and will take action against Russia in response to cyber interference with the election.
Supreme Court Takes Up Cases About Race In RedistrictingThe Supreme Court is taking up a pair of cases in which African-American voters maintain that Southern states discriminated against them in drawing electoral districts.
Clinton Team Sees Recount Effort As Waste Of ResourcesThe effort is being fueled by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who's formed an organization to try to force recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Texas Home To 'Reddest County In America'The dust has started to settle after last week’s historic election, and one small Texas town in the Panhandle has earned the title of “Reddest County In America.”