The undercover FBI agent who was just yards away from a terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, in 2015 testified in court on Wednesday that he was surprised to see the attack happening.
Wendy Davis, the 2014 Democratic nominee for Texas governor, did not rule out the possibility on Monday that she might replace Cecile Richards at the helm of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
A 17-year-old boy was killed and a woman injured in a package bomb explosion on Monday at a home in Austin, and police responded to reports of a second blast in the Texas state capital, authorities said.
Yet another candidate for district attorney primarily financed by liberal billionaire George Soros has won a primary election—this time in Texas.
When Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s 2018 Democratic opponent ran for city council in El Paso, Texas and then for Congress in a heavily-Hispanic district, he was Beto.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s strategy to destroy Democrat Laura Moser’s bid for Congress in Texas backfired on Tuesday night, when she qualified for a primary runoff in a key district that Democrats hope to win in an effort to regain control of the House next year.
In new court filings in a case related to the 2015 attack on a “Draw Muhammad” event in Garland, Texas, the government is now saying that a text message to “Tear Up Texas” sent from an undercover FBI agent to one of the terrorists who ultimately carried out the attack was “innocuous.”