EL PASO TO ODESSA
Democrats Desperately Press Trump, GOP For Gun Control Bills
Odessa Gunman Didn't Pass Gun Background Check: TX Governor
The 36-year-old gunman opened fire, killing seven people and injuring nearly 20 more after being pulled over for a traffic violation on Saturday.
Odessa Reignites Debate on Gun Control: ‘This Is F*cked Up!’
“The biggest lies that the president has told include that he would do something about universal background checks,” Julian Castro said on Meet the Press on Sunday.
Death Toll in West Texas Mass Shooting Rises to 7
The terrifying explosion of gun violence ended when police killed the suspect outside a movie theater.
CRISIS AT THE BORDER
Texas Reps Along Mexico Border: ‘Respect Our Opinions’
With the focus of Washington on the border, five Texas members of Congress have served as guides for their colleagues and advocates for their constituents.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
Could Beto or Castro Turn Texas Blue in 2020?
As they retool and adjust their campaigns for the Democratic presidential nomination, two Texas politicians are finding their answers in the familiar—home and heritage.
BORN TO BE IN IT
Beto O’Rourke’s Finest Hour Came Off the Trail, in El Paso
In the absence of a fully functioning president, he filled a void and, in the process, reminded people of the man who caught the imagination of his state.
WHAT YEAR IS IT?
Photo Shows Mounted Officers in TX Leading Black Man by Rope
The Galveston Police Department is taking heat for a photo of white officers leading a handcuffed black man down a street with a rope.