During the 2018 Texas Tribune Festival in downtown Austin, more than 300 leading figures in politics, public policy and journalism are joining thousands of Texans to discuss big-picture solutions to the most pressing policy issues facing our state and our nation. Here's a look at the Tribune's coverage of the three-day event.
Over 300 speakers — and thousands of attendees — descended on downtown Austin for the three-day Texas Tribune Festival examining politics and policy issues facing Texas and the United States. Here are some selected conversations on topics including immigration, gun violence and politics.
At the closing keynote of the Texas Tribune Festival, the Senate hopeful said the police report of his 1998 drunk driving arrest is incorrect and reaffirmed his commitment to not seek higher office if elected.
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.