After suggesting he would go after the pay of lawmakers—including Democrats who blocked a vote on new voting restrictions—Greg Abbott got some surprising pushback.
What started with historic cold weather became a new local public health fiasco.
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Three Central American detainees have sued the government to be reunited with their children and sent handwritten notes to the court pleading for information about them.