Cydney Walker, from Coffee and Politics 101, has something to say about Dallas’ high crime rates in this week’s My Voice, My Opinion.
More info on Inside Texas Politics: Dallas’ violent crime problem continues
- Capitol riot: Prosecutors get first guilty plea 100 days after attack
Exactly 100 days since the 6 January riot that saw a pro-Trump mob storm the US Capitol, prosecutors have their first guilty plea. Jon Schaffer, 53, a member of the Oath Keepers militia group, pleaded ...
- Biden Says It Is ‘Time for America’s Troops to Come Home’ From Afghanistan
NATO allies are looking to follow the president’s lead. The Biden administration is set to announce on Thursday a string of long-awaited measures against Russia.
- Fort Worth City Council District 2 candidates
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- Gun rights advocates are pushing to create Second Amendment sanctuaries in a bid to flout federal gun laws
Texas is among the latest states to push to become a Second Amendment sanctuary — a gesture meant to signal resistance to federal gun laws.
- Parents face decision to send migrant children alone across border in rising numbers
Rising numbers of unaccompanied migrant minors indicate more families are allowing their children to cross the U.S. border alone. That has many -- on ...
- Second Gaetz Aide Said to Have Quit Amid Widening Investigation
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- SCOOP: Progressives’ wishlist for the infrastructure bill
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) wants two bills -- one for infrastructure and another for the other economic provisions. But progressives have a different idea and instead want a single bill.
- As states expand vaccines, prisoners still lack access
Florida expanded eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines to all residents 16 and older. But across the state, more than 70,000 people still don’t have access to the vaccine. Those men and ...
- America Never Wanted the Tired, Poor, Huddled Masses
The U.S. is a diverse nation of immigrants—but it was not intended to be, and its historical biases continue to haunt the present.
- How a ‘Radical’ Southern Mayor Ran Up Against Reality
Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba came into office with a grand progressive vision that hasn’t always succeeded in solving fundamental problems.
- Kamala Harris dives into migration diplomacy as GOP aims to make her the face of the border crisis
Vice President Kamala Harris and her team are staring down attempts to make her the face of the Biden administration's response to the crisis at the border, a little more than a week after being ...
- How Whitney Wolfe Herd Turned a Vision of a Better Internet Into a Billion-Dollar Brand
But Wolfe Herd, 31, was also annoyed at the way her story was being told. Her success at Bumble, billed as the dating app where women “make the first move,” had cast her as the Kill Bill of the tech ...