Highlights from in and around the world of Texas politics Texas' legislative session was winding down Sunday, with an all but dead "bathroom bill" targeting transgender people caught in a clash between mainstream Republicans and the most conservative wing of the party that dominates politics in the nation's

    Mr. President, you're doin' a heckuva job. Which is what another president -- George W. Bush -- told his man on the scene before the political roof fell in after Katrina struck New Orleans. But if truth be told, as it often isn't in politics, the bayou

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    Congress members met with crowds and protests at town halls The future of the Affordable Care Act was a common concern.

    Kahlon's apartment tax to be decided by Supreme Court? Opposition leaders in the Knesset pledged on Sunday to challenge a bill, recently passed by the Finance Committee ahead of votes by the full Knesset, in the Supreme Court, arguing that the proposed piece of legislation was rushed through, in contravention

    President's 2018 budget to include paid family leave President Donald Trump's 2018 budget will include a paid family leave plan

    What your boss can and can't do when it comes to politics at work Amid this year's dark and divisive presidential election, the 2012 campaign can feel like a distant memory. But four years ago this month, a flurry of stories focused in on corporate CEOs who were ominously telling their workers what might happen if

    FBI probing Clinton Foundation corruption claims The FBI is investigating whether the Clinton Foundation accepted donations in exchange for political favors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state

    The politics of calling women ugly After millions of women descended on downtowns around the world to march in support of women's rights Saturday, several conservative lawmakers took to social media for commentary. Did they critique the marchers' message? Nope. Question the efficacy of