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Tribune: Tom Steyer hires a Texas state director

Tribune: Sen. Ted Cruz launches daily podcast about Trump impeachment trial

Tribune: Texas A&M student suspected of contracting deadly coronavirus has been quarantined in Brazos County

Tribune: With GOP supermajority at risk in 2020, Dan Patrick says Texas Senate may lower threshold to bring bills to the floor

Tribune: Tenth Talks: Texas' health commissioner talks about preparing for the next decade

Tribune: CBD products are everywhere in Texas since the state legalized hemp. Experts warn: buyer beware.

Tribune: Texas A&M chancellor fires back at Harvard over criticism of controversial beef study

Tribune: TribCast: The money fight for the Texas House and a very special election

Tribune: Obama cut women's health money in Texas for the state's targeting of Planned Parenthood. Trump just restored it.

Tribune: Analysis: Cheating spoils the results — in baseball, and in Texas politics

Tribune: Gov. Greg Abbott says Texas nonprofits helping refugees should focus on homelessness. That's not how it works.

Tribune: Michael Bloomberg's Texas strategy is expensive and unprecedented. Can it work?

Tribune: Gov. Greg Abbott says Texas nonprofits helping refugees should focus on homelessness. Refugee groups say it doesn't work that way.

Tribune: Elizabeth Warren backs Eliz Markowitz in battleground Texas House race

Tribune: Warren reveals more endorsements from former Castro, O'Rourke supporters

Tribune: Big bucks — and a big donor — fuel Allen West's bid for Texas GOP chair

Tribune: Meet the Texas-based church security business training worshippers to fight back in mass shootings

Tribune: Trump names U.S. Rep. John Ratcliffe to advisory and advocacy role during impeachment trial

Tribune: In Houston congressional district, Republicans see a chance to boost party diversity and reflip a seat

Tribune: Analysis: Voters elect Texas' judges. The state might take that power — but it's risky.

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