is a breaking news and civil courts reporter at the Tribune, where she started as a fellow in 2017. She is the first to fill either role. A recent graduate of Yale University, Emma is the former managing editor of the Yale Daily News and a former intern at The Philadelphia Inquirer and the Hartford Courant.
A North Texas family is fighting to keep their 9-year-old daughter on a ventilator, though her doctors have said she is brain-dead. But a controversial, unusual Texas law gives doctors and hospitals broad decision-making power.
At an interview Saturday at the Texas Tribune Festival, the Minnesota Democrat talked about the Supreme Court and the Mueller probe — and carefully skirted questions about her own presidential ambitions.
In interviews with The Texas Tribune, both candidates were asked if they'd commit to serving their full six-year terms in the U.S. Senate. There has been speculation that either — or both — could run for president in 2020.
Justin Nelson, a Democrat running for attorney general, is positioning himself as the champion of protections for pre-existing conditions, one of the most popular provisions of the landmark health care law.