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Pence: Indiana 'not going to change' law

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says concerns that his state's new "religious freedom" law will allow businesses to turn away LGBT customers is the result of a "tremendous amount of misinformation and misunderstanding."

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Turner kicks off mayoral campaign

State representative Sylvester Turner began his campaign for mayor at Minute Maid Park on Saturday.

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River Oaks fundraiser for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush

A big fundraising event took place in River Oaks Thursday to help former Florida Gov. and possible presidential candidate, Jeb Bush.

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Former governor Rick Perry visits Houston to talk economy, future of America

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry visited Houston to take part in a special breakfast Tuesday morning.

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Ted Cruz kicks off 2016 presidential campaign on Obamacare anniversary

Sen. Ted Cruz opened the first major campaign of the 2016 presidential season Monday with a kickoff speech courting cultural conservatives and declaring that he will devote himself to "reigniting the promise of America."

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Sen. Ted Cruz to announce run for presidency

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is about to become the first person to officially throw his hat in the ring for the White House.

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Singapore says founding father Lee Kuan Yew has died

Lee Kuan Yew, the founder of modern Singapore who helped transform the sleepy port into one of the world's richest nations, died Monday, the government said. He was 91.

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Report: Ted Cruz to announce he is running for 2016 Republican presidential nomination

The first-term senator from Texas will announce that he's running for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, according to the Houston Chronicle.

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Texas House considers bill to end daylight saving time

Every spring we move our clocks ahead one hour and lose an hour of sleep. But if some Texas lawmakers get their way, last Sunday’s daylight saving time change may be the last for the Lone Star state.

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Some Texas politicians keep mum on personal email for business

Some Texas lawmakers declined to tell KPRC 2 Investigates whether they have used personal email accounts to conduct state business, according to a poll of lawmakers.

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