by Ryan Koronowski Apr 29, 2016
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Texas led the way.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 18, 2016
Texas has benefited from luck, manipulation, and a rash of dirty tricks by its political allies. Together, that may be enough to force millions of people to remain in the shadows.
by Casey Quinlan Apr 11, 2016
A video of a student being hit by a teacher has circulated on social media.
by Alex Zielinski Mar 30, 2016
"It has to get personal. It has to get dramatic."
by Alex Zielinski Mar 17, 2016
The TxPEP researchers paint a grim picture of the disastrous consequences of the law.
by Lindsay Gibbs Mar 16, 2016
The coach also told black students they ran fast "because they were eating fried chicken or drinking Kool-Aid."
by Ian Millhiser Mar 10, 2016
It's probably about to get a whole lot harder for hundreds of thousands of Texans to exercise their right to vote.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 7, 2016
The demand for information about how to self-induce an abortion "has risen to a disturbing level."
by Emily Atkin Mar 3, 2016
"Some call her a policy wonk, but I will tell you -- she is a sister."
by Ian Millhiser Mar 2, 2016
Roemageddon appears to have been averted.