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WH gets confrontational toward Netanyahu

The White House has significantly lowered the level of representation it is sending to the annual conference of a large pro-Israel lobbying group, as tensions between the U.S. and Israel continue to mount.

National Security Adviser Susan Rice and U.S…

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Senate leaders want billions in tax cuts

The head of the Texas Senate and the chamber's chief budget writer are promising $4.6 billion in property and business tax cuts for the 2016-17 budget cycle.

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Mayor Parker responds to Giuliani's comments about Obama

Houston Mayor Annise Parker has never been one to mince words via social media.

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Abbott delivers first State of the State address

In his first State of the State address, Gov. Greg Abbott laid out his top priorities.

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Open carry gun bills up for debate in Texas legislature

Two controversial high-profile gun bills were up for debate in Austin Thursday. One would allow Texans with a concealed handgun license to carry holstered handguns in public.

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Republican-led Congress clears bill to build Keystone XL oil pipeline, setting up Obama veto .

The Republican-controlled Congress has cleared a bill approving the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. That sets up a confrontation with President Barack Obama, who has threatened to veto the measure.

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Texas Rep., House Dem back $1 billion in lethal aid to Ukraine

The top Republican and Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee on Tuesday called for $1 billion in lethal defensive aid to Ukraine as Congress increased pressure on President Barack Obama to help Ukraine defend itself against Russian-backed…

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Texas lieutenant governor: National Guard not leaving border

New Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick made an announcement on border security, an issue he and new Gov. Greg Abbott have promised to prioritize above all others in Texas.

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Questions arise after Jackson Lee spotted at Grammys

It turns out the red carpet for the Grammys isn’t reserved for celebrities, the uber wealthy and the Hollywood elite.

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Cruz not ruling out U.S. ground forces against Islamic State

Sen. Ted Cruz, a potential presidential candidate is 2016, isn't ruling out sending American ground troops to fight Islamic State militants.

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