worked for eight years at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, most of that time covering state and local politics. A native of Cedarhurst, New York, he has an undergraduate degree in journalism and psychology from New York University and a master's in economics from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Kay Bailey Hutchison, the U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO and former U.S. Senator from Texas, sits down for an interview with Washington Post columnist David Ignatius Thrusday evening. Watch the livestream here.
Slate's Jamelle Bouie leads a panel discussion with organizer DeRay Mckesson, Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards, The Indivisible Project's Ezra Levin and Colorado House Speaker Crisanta Duran live at the Texas Tribune Festival.
Watch as Boston Globe columnist Indira Lakshmanan interviews Susan Rice, former national security advisor and former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations under President Barack Obama, live at the Texas Tribune Festival.
Gov. Greg Abbott gave Texas lawmakers a 20-item agenda to tackle in a summer special session. Over the course of 29-days, the Legislature sent him bills addressing about half of those issues. Here's what got addressed and what died.
On this week's TribCast, Aman talks to Evan, Ross and Patrick about how the special session might end now that we're at the halfway point and reports that Rick Perry might be Trump's next head of Homeland Security. Plus, an update on Dawnna Dukes' corruption case.
On this week's TribCast, Aman talks to Evan, Ross and Alexa about Gov. Greg Abbott's surprise signing of Senate Bill 4, how the law will impact Texans, and why the floor of the Texas House is generating so much drama this week.
On this week's Tribcast, Aman talks to Evan Patrick and Alexa about U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke's campaign to unseat U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, the marathon House budget debate coming on Thursday, and the NCAA's stance on the bathroom bill.
State Rep. Dan Huberty, a Houston Republican and chairman of the House Public Education Committee, said Tuesday morning that school choice legislation has no path forward in the House during the current legislative session.
The Texas Senate took up its first two bills of the session on Tuesday: a wide-ranging ethics reform measure and a bill to punish local cities, counties and college campuses that act as sanctuary jurisdictions.