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WDBJ reporter's parents: 'We can't be intimidated'

The parents of a murdered television reporter talk to about gun control

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Mayoral candidates begin campaigning via TV ads

Steve Costello is out of the gate with the first broadcast TV ad of the Houston mayoral campaign season.

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Cruz critiques Carter administration during Iowa stop

Republican presidential candidate Texas Sen. Ted Cruz criticized former President Jimmy Carter's administration during a stump speech in Iowa, one day after Carter announced he was suffering from brain cancer.

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Texas AG Ken Paxton re-indicted on securities charges

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been re-indicted on securities charges.

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Record-breaking political ad money coming in race for Houston mayor

The race to be the city’s next mayor is expected to be the most expensive in Houston history, with record spending on advertising, according to Rice University political scientist Mark Jones.

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Perry stops paying South Carolina 2016 campaign staff

Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry has stopped paying his 2016 presidential campaign's staff in the key early primary state of South Carolina, amid flagging poling numbers and sluggish fundraising.

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Texas AG again says he shouldn't have to appear before judge

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has again told a federal judge that he shouldn't have to personally appear before him and contest being held in contempt of court.

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GOP holds first presidential debate

The race to become the next Republican presidential nominee kicked off Thursday with seven bottom-tier candidates taking the stage at the first debate of the 2016 election season.

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Federal appeals court strikes down Texas voter ID law

A federal appeals court has struck down Texas' voter ID law, ruling that the Republican-backed measure first passed in 2011 violates the Voting Rights Act.

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Judge let Paxton forgo towel in booking photo

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton turned himself in Monday morning  at the Collin County Jail in McKinney to be booked on three felony charges, then posted a $35,000 bond.

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