Sean Hannity Hits The New York Times With A Wild Rant

00 What is he going on about? Yes, as I know you’ve all been desperately awaiting, there is a new installment to the comic strip life of “Sensei Hannity: Internet…

He’s Baaaaaack: Bill O’Reilly Returns With Podcast On Monday

00 Since Fox News and Bill O’Reilly parted ways last week many have wondered what the 67-year-old would do now. Write more books? Walking into the sunset and entering a…

American Airlines Is The Latest To Join Fight Club (And Yes, There’s Video)

00 No, seriously. What is going on with the airlines? It seems American Airlines has their own problem with pugnacious employees. This time around, it’s not as clear. There’s no…

Castro faces tough decision as Senate announcement nears

00 SAN ANTONIO — After U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro wrapped up speaking here Wednesday, completing the latest stop on his statewide tour ahead of a potential Senate run, one man in…

Howard Dean Doesn’t Know What ‘Free Speech’ Means, Twitter Steps In

00 Yesterday Governor Howard Dean tweeted out this little gem in regards to free speech and offensive speech (specifically Ann Coulter’s doomed Berkley visit). Keep in mind as you’re reading…

Controversial insurance bill moving in Legislature

00 Texas property owners could face new hurdles when they try to sue their insurer over storm claims under controversial legislation being cheered by groups seeking curbs on lawsuits but…

State's top lawyer sides with Texas Senate in budget dispute

00 *Editor’s note: This story has been updated throughout. Attorney General Ken Paxton sided with the Texas Senate Friday in a dispute among legislative budget-writers over an accounting trick using…

Audio: Why don’t more Texas school buses have seat belts? (audio)

00 Despite a Texas law passed a decade ago to equip more school buses with shoulder seat belts, relatively few buses have them today. Why? Read the full story at…

A&M System Chancellor John Sharp poised to receive a contract extension

00 Editor’s note: This story has been updated throughout. Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp’s tenure in Aggieland is poised to last into the next decade.  At its meeting…

Ethics reform now includes keeping revolving door to lobby wide open

00 A major pillar of Texas ethics reform — stopping politicians from immediately becoming lobbyists when they leave office — appears to be crumbling in the final weeks of the…