Is Texas doing enough to stop moms from dying?
Inside the federal government's haphazard, decade-long process of seizing private land for a border fence.
The devastation was swift, and the recovery is far from over. Read our ongoing coverage of Hurricane Harvey's aftermath.
How the crusade against sex trafficking in Texas has left child victims behind.
Will a years-in-the-making Texas bullet train be derailed?
Community concerns come to the Capitol.
Unchecked development and the risks for Houston.
How plunging oil prices are reversing fortunes across Texas.
A look at when police pull the trigger.
A series on the debate over the Top 10 Percent Rule
A look at Texas’ biggest challenges in providing mental health care
Learn why Texas isn't ready for the next big hurricane.
An in-depth look at issues related to immigration and border security.
A look at the finances of Texas college athletics
The fights and flights behind Texas' newest space race.
How legislators' personal faith drives their lawmaking.
Is Texas prepared for the next big storm?
Should a private insurance company pay public prosecutors?
Ten years after a fiery explosion killed 15 in Texas City, preventable deaths continue at refineries.
Many along the Texas border still live without access to clean, safe running water.
How disdain for government regulation sparked a “Texas miracle” economy, while tearing down protections for workers who built it.
How Texas outsourced crucial state services for two decades — and got smoked.
How an explosion in oil and gas production is changing lives and fortunes across Texas.
Texans know exceedingly little about who or what influences the people elected to represent them. Our project pulls back the curtain.
A tool that reveals the financial relationships and conflicts of interest of hundreds of Texas elected officials.
A series on the people and communities that have missed out on Texas’ economic success — or have found that it comes at a price.
A series on the effects of state policy on women’s reproductive health in Texas.
A series on the flip side of state leaders’ aggressive pursuit of the “Texas miracle.”
How Texas spent millions of federal dollars on private tutoring for the state’s poorest students and has little to show for it.