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Ex-official: U.S. lost track of terrorists

Ripping the cover off top-secret U.S. surveillance programs pushed foreign terrorists underground and out of intelligence services' reach, a former top intelligence official said Tuesday.

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Texas gubernatorial candidates Davis, Abbott visit Houston area

Two weeks away from Election day, and both candidates running to be Texas' next governor spent the day campaigning here in the Houston area Tuesday.

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Perry's first court appearance delayed until Nov. 7

Gov. Rick Perry's first court appearance to face abuse of power charges has been pushed back a week to Nov. 7.

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Early voting for midterm election starts Monday in Harris County

Early voting for November's midterm election starts on Monday, Oct. 20, and ends on  Friday, Oct. 31.

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Locals camp out to be the first to cast their election ballots

Sunday night, a small group of voters slept in tents at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center in River Oaks to be among the first to cast their ballots during early voting, which started Monday.

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Texas abortion clinics back to scheduling patients

Abortion clinics in Texas are starting to reopen after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked new restrictions that had closed all but eight facilities.

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Abbott campaign has six times more cash on hand than Davis

Greg Abbott's campaign announced last week that the Texas attorney general has more than $30 million cash on hand for the final push to the Nov. 4 election. His Democratic opponent, Wendy Davis, has a reported just over $5 million in her coffers.

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Abbott says wheelchair ad is desperation by Davis

A TV ad from Democrat gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis that focuses GOP opponent Greg Abbott's use of a wheelchair is an act of desperation and distracts from issues that matter to Texas voters, Abbott said Tuesday.

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Supreme Court stops parts of Texas abortion law

The Supreme Court has blocked Texas from enforcing key parts of a 2013 law that would close all but eight of the state's abortion facilities.

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Appeals court reinstates Texas voter ID law

A federal appeals court has reinstated a Texas voter ID law that the U.S. Justice Department describes as the state's latest tool to suppress minorities in elections.

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