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El Paso’s two congressional representatives, Beto O’Rourke and Will Hurd, have given the nation something in short supply in our political system: hope.
Lawmakers in Washington are focused on North Korea following the country's latest missile tests. Members of the House Intelligence Committee recently traveled to South Korea to examine the atmosphere firsthand. Rep.
Not even Donald Trump can build a wall as beautiful as what God has built here, says the GOP chairman for Presidio County, in the heart of the Big Bend, the vast, remote nook of West Texas.
The road to more bipartisanship in Congress might be paved with good intentions.
It began with a 5 a.m. planning session over coffee Tuesday morning in San Antonio’s Mi Tierra Cafe. It ended almost 36 hours later with a brisk walk up the steps of the U.S. Capitol with just 30 minutes to spare until votes Wednesday evening in the House of Representatives.
The silver Chevy Impala blazing across Texas and points north into the night carries two fellows just trying to get to work — U.S. congressmen headed to Washington.
It's a congressional road trip — and a stab at bipartisanship.
Two Texas congressmen — a Democrat and a Republican — are livestreaming their 1,600 mile drive from San Antonio to Washington, talking to constituents as they sit in traffic and even hit the burger drive-thru.
Weather delays led two Texas congressmen to set out on a road trip to Washington, D.C. from Texas and they decided to host town halls online while on the road.
A bipartisan pair of members of Congress set off on a road trip from San Antonio, Texas Tuesday, heading toward Washington, D.C. after they both realized their flights were cancelled due to the East Coast snowstorm.