The data is in, and so far, fewer Texans are dying of COVID than were two weeks ago.
Abbott sent mixed messages by denouncing Gab just days after he announced legislation meant to curb Big Tech’s efforts to censor users they disagree with.
Pro-maskers need to see that, for the other side, this supposed symbol of ‘charity’ and ‘solidarity’ has become the exact opposite.
After nearly a year of lockdowns, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott lifted his COVID restrictions, opening businesses and abolishing the statewide mask mandate by March 10.
A rare winter storm has put ordinary Texans in danger — and exposed the corrupt and parasitic nature of the energy industry in oil-rich Texas.
In which Poynter frets that a new social media app doesn’t archive everything to be fact-checked later on.
“I have no choice. I need to feed my family, and my stylists could not feed their families,” Shelley Luther explained in court.
As the spread of COVID-19 begins to slow nationwide, some governors are proving to be more serious than others about what comes next.
As some states begin loosening coronavirus lockdowns, all eyes are on Texas to see if a phased reopening can be done safely.
Six states announced an official end date to the mandated shelter-in-place orders implemented by their respective governors.
Texas state troopers will stop motorists traveling from Louisiana into Texas, requiring them to provide a designated quarantine location within the state.
Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers in Texas are suing the state, claiming providing abortions is an essential, not elective, procedure.
Biden’s agenda to minimize access to guns for law-abiding citizens would have dramatically changed the outcome in Sunday’s tragic shooting.
‘No matter what you believe on social issues, we should all agree about life-altering decisions for 7-year-olds like this.’
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt issued an apology after I tweeted her comment making fun of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s disability.
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In the wake of the Dallas massacre, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott called on the state legislature to pass a law that would make it a hate crime to attack police.
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