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What is critical race theory? Explaining the discipline that Texas’ governor wants to “abolish”

Those who study the discipline say attacks on it are targeting any teachings that challenge and complicate dominant narratives about the country’s history and...

Gov. Greg Abbott vetoes criminal justice bills, legislation to protect dogs, teach kids about...

Abbott vetoed 13 bills authored by Democrats and seven by Republicans. Twelve of the vetoes targeted bills that originated in the House, and eight...

Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller running for reelection, instead of challenging Gov. Greg Abbott

Miller was seen as a potential challenger to Abbott because of his vocal criticism of the governor's restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19...

Eva Guzman, former Texas Supreme Court justice, officially starts campaign for attorney general

The Republican made her bid official Monday, touting her experience and integrity. She'll face incumbent Ken Paxton and Land Commissioner George P. Bush in...

Texas congressional Democrats propose bill to let local governments expand Medicaid without state consent

The bill would let counties and cities apply to the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for funds that were declined by their...

Photos: How Texans celebrated Juneteenth

Days after Congress passed a law proclaiming Juneteenth a federal holiday, Texas Tribune photographers captured how Texans celebrated June 19.

Analysis: Texas issues that play on the national stage

The issues getting attention from Gov. Greg Abbott are doing double-duty: They're attractive to Republican voters in Texas — and beyond.

Grid operator says Texans can return to regular electricity use

The operator had urged electricity conservation earlier this week as several power generators unexpectedly went offline as temperatures rose this week.

With jobless Texans losing access to federal unemployment benefits, some in rural areas can’t...

Gov. Greg Abbott opted Texans out of all additional federal unemployment aid starting June 26. But finding a job hasn't been easy for everyone.

Gov. Greg Abbott vetoes funding for Texas Legislature and its staff as punishment for...

The governor’s move comes after House Democrats led a walkout in the final days of the regular legislative session to block passage of Senate...

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Texas congressional Democrats propose bill to let local governments expand Medicaid without state consent

The bill would let counties and cities apply to the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for funds that were declined by their...

Texas “critical race theory” bill limiting teaching of current events signed into law

Texas is one of a handful of states that have approved legislation that prescribes how teachers discuss current events and prohibits students from receiving...

Texas empties prison to prepare to detain immigrants arrested during ramped-up border enforcement

The prison — Dolph Briscoe Unit in Dilley — will have capacity for about 1,000 people.