Inside Publisher Named One of the Best
Push to Shift or Shutter the PIU
Spans the Past Three Decades
Democrats slashed funding twice before GOP made crusade biennial Capitol endeavor.
PIU May Survive Biennial Punch
with GOP No Longer in Unison
Public corruption unit may get tenth reprieve in three decades as Senate measure stalls.
Abbott Faces First Major Crisis
with Health Agency Revelations
Honeymoon period comes to abrupt end amid dilemma on Janek future as HHSC boss.
Abbott Gives Walker Schooling
on Avoiding Immigration Trap
Texas House Tax Cut Plan Hint
Sparks Speculation on Bluffing
Serenity Prevails as Senators
Endorse Record Tax Cut Plan
Patrick and Bush Could Have Top Special Senate Race Odds
United Committee Vote Doesn't
Ensure Smooth Budget Sailing
Perry and Cruz Face Intense
Competition for Texas Cash
Dems Salivating on Prospects
for Ted Cruz as GOP Nominee
Ted Cruz Fundraiser Hosts List
Features Former Perry Backers
Cruz Campaign Alliance Value
Would Fall with Stumble in 2016
Campus Gun Push No Longer
Bipartisan Duel in State Senate
Hailey's Comment: House Budget Battle Could Spawn Strange Bedfellows
Votes on texts behind wheel and other moves may be signs of improbable alliance potential for spending fight.
Fuels Shift at Capitol
with Tea Party Tint
Red connections could be gold as changes at the top rock rankings amid all-time talent infusion.
Rookie Groups Mirror Business Establishment Battle with Tea Party
Freshmen delegation is tale of two factions in one party that dominates new lawmaker brigade.