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Carter: Cuba decision 'long overdue'

Former President Jimmy Carter lauded the decision to normalize diplomatic relations with and ease sanctions imposed on Cuba, steps he said would benefit the Cuban people and not the country's autocratic rulers.

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George Bush's advice: Don't paint your mom or wife

George W. Bush doesn't readily offer political opinions, but when it comes to portraits, he has some broad-brush advice:

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Stopgap spending bill clears Senate, goes to Obama

Congress has sent President Barack Obama a short-term spending bill that will keep the federal government operating through Wednesday and avert a government shutdown.

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State health commission's top attorney resigns

The state health commission's top attorney has resigned amid questions about his ties to an Austin technology company to which he steered $110 million in no-bid contracts.

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Abbott's priorities: Border security, cutting taxes, road infrastructure

Gov.-elect Greg Abbott says his administration's top priorities will be bolstering early education, securing the Texas-Mexico border, cutting taxes and pumping $4 billion annually into a traffic-clogged state road network.

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Debate about president's plan for immigration

Ahead of his scheduled announcement on plans to overhaul our country's immigration system, President Barack Obama is firing back at Republican leaders who are threatening to derail any executive action.

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Houston family awaits Obama's immigration speech, hopes to qualify for benefits

Like millions across the country, Alma Rodriguez and her family are anxiously waiting for President Barack Obama's immigration speech to see if they'll qualify for the benefits under his expected executive order.

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Judge refuses to toss Perry case on technicalities

A Texas judge has refused to quash two felony indictments for abuse of power against Gov. Rick Perry on technicalities, ruling that the case against the possible 2016 presidential hopeful should continue.

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Perry prosecutor cleared in contempt case

The special prosecutor who secured abuse of power indictments against Gov. Rick Perry has been cleared in a separate case of contempt of court.

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Drivers could use credit card to pay fees if pulled over

State Rep. Allen Fletcher (R - District 131) is proposing a new law that might soon have drivers pulling out their credit cards during a traffic stop.

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