One scientist blasted Cornyn for being "utterly, despicably, proudly ignorant" of the threat to the planet.
Some states haven't dedicated any money to preparing for the 2020 census, which determines representation in Congress and federal funding allocations.
Only two out of the 15 members of a group aimed at targeting white supremacist violence appear to be people of color.
The Boyert Shooting Center in Katy said its summer sale was meant to celebrate teachers, but some have called the messaging insensitive.
The newspaper instead wants the Democratic presidential candidate to "come back to Texas to run for senator."
Officials can discard such ballots if they decide signatures on them don't match ones on file. But the suit notes they aren't handwriting experts.
From Sept. 1, it will be even easier to carry guns in Texas churches, schools, apartment buildings and disaster zones.
The Galveston Police Department issued an official apology for any "unnecessary embarrassment" caused by the incident.
There were four more just hours after the massacres in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
President Trump delivered remarks following a weekend where two mass shootings left 29 people dead.
The president commented on the two shootings over the weekend in Texas and Ohio.
Former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke doubled down on his criticism of President Donald Trump while celebrating the diversity in his Texas hometown.
Trump suggested "more has to be done" about gun violence following shootings in Dayton and El Paso -- but made no mention of white supremacy.
Several Republican officials declined to appear on the network after more than 30 people were killed in less than 24 hours in Texas and Ohio.
At least 22 people have died and dozens more were wounded in the slaughter in Texas.
Abbott once tweeted that he was "embarrassed" California was buying more guns than Texas. "Pick up the pace, Texans," he urged.
The Republican eked out a victory last year against Democratic challenger Gina Ortiz Jones, who's already announced her plans to run again.
Conaway is the fifth congressional Republican in just two weeks to announce a decision to not seek reelection in 2020.