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China sanctions Cruz, other officials in retaliation for U.S. sanctions

By Valeria Olivares, Texas Tribune China announced Monday it is issuing sanctions against U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and three other U.S. officials for "interfering...

Supreme Court rejects Texas GOP bid for in-person convention

By Chuck Lindell and Jonathan Tilove, Austin American-Statesman AUSTIN, Texas - The Texas Supreme Court on Monday rejected two appeals that sought to resurrect the state...

UT-Austin says it will keep “Eyes of Texas” as school song 

By Reese Oxner, Texas Tribune The University of Texas at Austin will keep its statue of prominent segregationist James Hogg and continue the tradition of...

Cornyn’s reelection war chest grows to $14.5 million

By Patrick Svitek, Texas Tribune U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, has $14.5 million saved up for his reelection bid after raising $3.5 million in the...

Experts: Trump’s ban on new visas will hurt Texas universities

By Reese Oxner, Texas Tribune The Trump administration’s suspension of issuing new H-1B visas for specialized roles — such as professors, researchers and computer programmers...

United Airlines hands out 4,700 layoff and furloughs notices in Texas

By Kyle Arnold The Dallas Morning News United Airlines said this week that it could lay off more than 4,700 workers in Dallas and Houston...

Abbott warns, ‘the next step would have to be a lockdown’

By Alex Samuels, Texas Tribune With Texas continuing to break records for new coronavirus deaths and hospitalizations this week, Gov. Greg Abbott reiterated Friday afternoon...

Trump holds narrow lead over Biden in Texas, UT poll finds

By Ross Ramsey, Texas Tribune President Donald Trump would beat former Vice President Joe Biden in Texas by 4 percentage points if the election were...

Texas bar owners file $10 million federal lawsuit against Abbott

By Reese Oxner, Texas Tribune Several Texas bar owners filed a $10 million federal lawsuit Tuesday afternoon against Gov. Greg Abbott, in an attempt to...

After 17 youths test positive for virus, juvenile lockups to begin mass testing

By Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune After 17 young people tested positive for the coronavirus inside Texas’ state-run juvenile lockups, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department said...