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Abbott, Davis square off in final debate in Texas governor's race

Ebola, ethics and education are among the issues that dominated the final debate between Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott and Democrat Wendy Davis.

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What's fact or fiction in Texas governor's race?

The war of words continues between Texas gubernatorial candidates Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis.

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Will Mitt Romney take the plunge again?

Two sources inside Mitt Romney's inner circle tell CNN that while Romney isn't planning a presidential bid, he's listening to a lot of people who want him to get in the race -- although he remains skeptical himself.

"A lot of people in Romneyland…

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Patrick, Van de Putte go on attack in debate

The state senators vying to be Texas' next lieutenant governor are squaring off in their only scheduled debate.

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Mayor Parker leads group to South Korea, Japan

Mayor Annise Parker is leading a Greater Houston Partnership Investment and Trade Delegation to South Korea and Japan with a 30-member delegation of local elected officials and business community leaders.

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Abbott campaigns got $1M from fund's recipients

Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott has received more than $1 million in campaign contributions from recipients of a state economic development fund that was the focus of a critical state audit.

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How a Wendy Davis loss could help Texas Democrats

Wendy Davis may well lose the Texas governor's race, but that could still be a win for the Democrats.

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Report: Texas political ad spending 2nd most in US

Texas voters already tired of Greg Abbott and Wendy Davis dueling in television ads with Election Day still six weeks out should brace for plenty more.

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Perry asks to miss court date, cites overseas trip

Attorneys for indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry asked Monday that the Republican be allowed to skip his next court appearance because he'll be out the country — and that he not be forced to attend subsequent pretrial hearings where no evidence is…

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Fate of Texas' tough voter ID law in judge's hands

The fate of Texas' tough voter ID law moved into the hands of a federal judge Monday, following a trial that the U.S. Justice Department said exposed another chapter in the state's troubling history of discrimination in elections.

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