The El Paso congressman may have lost the election, but he'll always have the tweets.
The 42 Percent
The elusive artist has launched pop-ups in Houston and three other cities to distribute free merch to those who have voted.
Trump in Town
Thousands converged on the Toyota Center in their MAGA finest.
Before You Vote
Read up on the candidates in English, Spanish, or Vietnamese.
NRG Arena reportedly wasn't big enough.
The former rivals will come together in Houston for an October 22 political rally.
A weekend SCOTUS confirmation vote means Cruz can't come to Houston.
Win or lose, margs make everything better. (So does voting.)
Will Texas turn blue this year? We don't know, but we'll definitely be watching.
Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement has made the already interesting Texas Senate race even more so.
Can a Texas Democrat unseat one of the state's most gifted GOP politicians? Probably not.
The El Paso native hopes to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz in November.
After the senator got in a Twitter fight with Luke Skywalker, we're here to set things straight.
Beyond the ubiquitous "pink pussy hats," craftivism is inspiring activists to get creative.
Texans were told to make an appointment by calling the office, though neither Houston nor Austin phone lines were in service for days.
It's a brave new world out there.
These six Houstonians saw swift and immediate reactions to their work this month.
Rice grad Tim Faust's gonzo t-shirts depicting Cruz as the Zodiac Killer unexpectedly went viral, raising $70,000 for abortion advocacy in the process.
Crowds, protests, a sea of journalists, tight security and Anderson Cooper.
We read the Republican presidential candidate's book (well, the Houston parts, anyway) so you don’t have to.