"I Did Not Retreat"

The “Tragic Irony” of Anita Hill: Academic Speaks In Houston As Senate Panel Votes on Kavanaugh

Bracing for disappointment, Hill cautioned women against throwing in the towel.

09/28/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Politics

Second Cruz-O'Rourke Debate Postponed

A weekend SCOTUS confirmation vote means Cruz can't come to Houston.

09/28/2018 By Dianna Wray

Nevertheless, She Persisted

In the Midst of Fiery Kavanaugh Hearings, Anita Hill Will Speak In Houston

The attorney and academic sat in Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's seat 27 years ago. Tomorrow, she'll address the past, present, and future of the #MeToo movement at a global conference for women in technology.

09/27/2018 By Abby Ledoux

NASA-ing it up

NASA Head Wants to Go Commercial

Will the federal space agency of the future get us to Mars with ... ads?

09/13/2018 By Drew Jones

Election 2018

She Sells Goat Cheese to Houston Restaurants; Now She's Running for Office

The co-owner of Blue Heron Farm is hoping to represent her district in the Texas House.

09/13/2018 By Timothy Malcolm

Vote!

Why You Should Vote on the Harris County Flood Bond Tomorrow

Remembering Harvey by voting for flood mitigation on August 25.

08/24/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp and Dianna Wray

In Town

El Tiempo Cantina Under Fire For Touting Jeff Sessions's Visit

What the best way to handle the arrival of a controversial diner?

08/11/2018 By Timothy Malcolm

No siree todd

Cressandra Thibodeaux Wants You to Think Outside Her Box

The Houston-based artist inserts her audience into the reproductive rights debate.

08/10/2018 By Morgan Kinney

News

Andrew Brunson Isn't the Only American Citizen Being Held in Turkey

The Trump administration has threatened sanctions over detainment of evangelical pastor, but not for Johnson Space Center scientist Serkan Golge.

08/07/2018 By Dianna Wray

Immigration

Second 'Families Belong Together' March Protests Potential Immigrant Detention Center

Hundreds of Houstonians came together on Saturday outside a vacant warehouse on Emancipation Avenue that may be used as a holding facility for children separated from their families.

07/30/2018 By Shafaq Patel

Politicking

SCOTUS Vacancy Gives Both Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke Some Angles to Work

Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement has made the already interesting Texas Senate race even more so.

06/29/2018 By Dianna Wray

News

The Future of the Johnson Space Center Is Up in the Air

Long the home for manned spaceflight in the U.S., Houston’s Johnson Space Center is struggling to maintain its position in a new era. Meet the team advocating for its future—and Space City’s—in Washington, D.C.

06/22/2018 By Dianna Wray

Bayougraphy

Gene Wu Is Ready to Move Beyond Thoughts and Prayers

“What I like about being a state rep is advocating for people who are in the worst places, who have the smallest voices."

06/22/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Guns

Santa Fe High School Students Call for a 'Very, Very Moderate' Gun Reform Bill

A week after the deadly shooting, SFHS students gathered alongside March for Our Lives Houston to discuss the way forward.

05/25/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp and Morgan Kinney

Mad (Wo)Men

Review: Daisy Examines the Power of Persuasion at Main Street Theater

Confusing portions aside, this regional premiere proves the ongoing relevance of one infamous campaign ad.

04/02/2018 By Doni Wilson

Parallels

Daisy at Main Street Theater Tells a 1960s Story that Sounds Eerily Familiar

The upcoming production captures the political moment that birthed a still-relevant LBJ attack ad.

03/28/2018 By Holly Beretto

Happy Voting Day!

Deer Semen Is Totally Funding Texas Political Campaigns

Big money from an unlikely source.

03/06/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Politicking

Races to Watch in Tuesday's Primaries

Election Day is upon us.

03/05/2018 By Dianna Wray