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House Democrats don’t call for Cuellar resignation after indictment

WASHINGTON — Key House Democrats have shown no signs of urging Rep. Henry Cuellar to resign after a federal indictment charged the Texas Democrat with money laundering and bribery, among other criminal counts.

The Kendrick Lamar vs. Drake beef, explained

The saga continues between two of today’s biggest hip-hop artists: Kendrick Lamar and Drake.

Conservation, indigenous groups sue Texas Parks and Wildlife to block SpaceX land swap

Conservation organizations and indigenous groups are suing Texas Parks and Wildlife to block a controversial land swap with SpaceX one month after commissioners approved the deal.

Texas tells court that state immigration law maybe went ‘too far’

WASHINGTON — A Texas state attorney told a federal appeals court that the state may have gone “too far” in passing a law that allows state officials to effectively deport immigrants, part of oral arguments Wednesday in the federal government’s push to block the law.

Uvalde mayor resigns citing health issues in wake of controversial report on 2022 school...

AUSTIN (AP) — City of Uvalde Mayor Cody Smith has resigned effective immediately, vacating his post the same week the police chief of the small Texas city is expected to depart, two years after one of deadliest school shootings in U.S. history.

Texas Speaker Dade Phelan creates committee to examine Biden pause on LNG facility permits

AUSTIN — House Speaker Dade Phelan created a special committee Monday to examine President Joe Biden’s executive order pausing new permits for facilities that export liquified natural gas, a move that has drawn backlash from the oil industry, Republicans and some Democrats.

Supreme Court allows Texas to begin enforcing law that lets police arrest migrants at...

A divided Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Texas to begin enforcing a law that gives police broad powers to arrest migrants suspected of crossing the border illegally while a legal battle over the measure plays out.

April’s total solar eclipse is a month away. Here’s why it’s worth the watch...

The sun is about to pull another disappearing act across North America, turning day into night during a total solar eclipse.

What to know about the upcoming primary runoff elections in Texas

More than 40 races across Texas are going to a primary runoff election on May 28. Here’s what to know about the process.

How one methane scientist influenced Biden’s pause on LNG approvals

When the Biden administration paused approval of new liquefied natural gas export licenses in January, the decision was driven by a recognition that the climate impact from the fossil fuel needs to be reassessed.