The state representative and Houston attorney is known for voting against the grain.
The Houston politician is the first member of Congress to formally request that Paul Ryan initiate impeachment proceedings.
Hope, change, and also disillusion.
Senator John Cornyn is firmly Team Trump, and students at the historically black university aren't pleased.
“Some are here as refugees, some are here as citizens, some are here without papers, but they’re all my people.”
Queso ... in everything.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
Beyond the ubiquitous "pink pussy hats," craftivism is inspiring activists to get creative.
Women in Politics
Clinton condemned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s chemical gas attacks on Syria.
We break down Trump's U.S.-Mexico border wall plan, in terms of both dollars and sense.
Women Making History
In honor of Women’s History Month, the former mayor of Houston shares the mentorship experiences that shaped her career.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
To the Rescue
A one-day event highlights a new form of community action that you can join at home.
Jones Hall witnessed one of the great press vs. president sparring matches in 1974.
For ACLU & Me
Local restaurants and bars are joining an effort to raise funds for the ACLU in Texas.
The peaceful protest in Guadalupe Plaza drew hundreds of supporters.
The former Texas Senator spoke in front of the largest Planned Parenthood audience ever on Valentine's Day.
Change, one phone call at a time.
Lawyers crowded into Bush Intercontinental Airport offering free legal assistance to travelers caught flat-footed by President Trumps’s executive order.
A new report from the National Center for Transgender Equality identifies Texas-specific issues with healthcare, education, housing, identity documents, homelessness and more.
Fight the Power
Trump opponents in Houston are organizing before the Big Game.
In the streets of downtown Houston this weekend, as we chose humanity over fear, I felt at home.