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.
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.
Before a joint session of the Texas House and Senate, Gov. Greg Abbott is expected to lay out his agenda for the session and designate some issues as emergency items. Watch our livestream beginning at 11 a.m. CST.
The Democratic National Committee is hosting a regional forum Saturday in Houston featuring candidates running to be the national party's next chair. The forum is being moderated by Texas Tribune CEO Evan Smith.
Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by 9 points Tuesday in Texas on his way to winning the 2016 presidential election. Here's a look at margins of victory for Republicans since 1976 in presidential contests held in Texas.
President Barack Obama made a public statement from Poland early Friday morning, hours after sniper attacks in downtown Dallas had killed at least five police officers. “I believe I speak for every single American when I say that we are horrified over these events,” Obama said.
Both Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick are expected to attend a prayer rally Tuesday at the state Capitol hosted by Franklin Graham. God & Governing, our award-winning, documentary-style series, explored faith and politics in Texas.