In an interview with The Texas Tribune last month, Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz wouldn't say whether he'd serve a full term if re-elected. Over the weekend, he told ABC News that he "absolutely" would.
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.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, told reporters in Washington, D.C., that the Senate will delay the full confirmation vote by a week while the FBI investigates allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh.
Back in 2012, Ted Cruz was the underdog who managed to beat out the better-known David Dewhurst for a U.S. Senate seat. Now, as Cruz is running for re-election, there are echoes of that earlier campaign in Beto O'Rourke's bid to unseat Cruz.