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The new GOP supermajority in the Texas House made MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann tonight. The host joked that Democrats "are now as relevant as the mythical chupacabra."
It's the first day to prefile bills for the next legislative session, and lawmakers lined up early to get in their legislation. (Some lawmakers were more eager than others.) Our latest HuTube post has the action from inside the House clerk's office.
The HuTube video blog takes you behind the scenes at Friday afternoon's Perry/White interviews.
Governor Goodhair and his opponent with less hair each produced video features explaining how they maintain their manes.
Help spread the word about The Texas Tribune by sharing our latest promo, inspired by the "iPad is delicious" commercial you've probably seen a few million times by now.
In a new feature from our friends at Houston's KTRK-TV, the gubernatorial candidates submit two-minute responses to questions from left field.
In today's must-watch video, the Texas congressman who first brought up the "terror baby" claims on the U.S. House floor isn't taking too kindly to being challenged about it.
Watch to see how our story questioning the eligibility of state Sen. Brian Birdwell played on TV news in Waco, part of his district.
Gov. Rick Perry chats with the FOX Business Network's Neil Cavuto about his latest poll numbers, the moratorium on deep water drilling and the cancellation of a Border Governors' Conference that was going to take place in Arizona, until Mexican governors boycotted the meeting.
The Bill White campaign took seriously Gov. Rick Perry's challenge last week to find "anybody who can outwork" him.
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro pays Stephen Colbert a visit with a hilarious result.
U.S. Rep. Joe Barton, R-Ennis, isn't the only Texas congressman making headlines in Washington. Citing a "retired F.B.I. agent" as his source, U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Tyler, said on the floor of Congress last week that terror cells are plotting to breed future terrorists inside the United States.