On their second attempt, Republicans successfully impeached DHS Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas over the border issue. His removal from office is unlikely, but Texas Rep. Chip Roy said it was necessary to help fix the problem.
On Friday, Gov. Greg Abbott announced the state is constructing an 80-acre installation he called a “forward base camp" in Eagle Pass.
FOX 7 Austin’s Chief Political Reporter Rudy Koski, and our panel of analysts, took a look at the top stories happening in Texas, and other hot topics, this week.
Reps Clay Higgins, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Andy Biggs are among the 11 House Republicans managing Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ impeachment trial.
Gov. Abbott continues to double down against orders from the Biden administration on the border. FOX 7's Rudy Koski chats with Republican State Rep. Ellen Troxclair about the governor's plan and the escalating standoff.
The border crisis may have been the big headline this week, but Paxton's marijuana law fights, disgraced former state lawmakers and more were still on our minds. FOX 7's Rudy Koski discusses with our political panel.
Gov. Greg Abbott made an announcement regarding Operation Lone Star from the southern border on Thursday.
The border bill is dead, so who killed it? The Republicans or the Democrats? FOX 7's Mike Warren discusses with our political panel.
Greg Abbott and 13 other Republican governors gathered in Eagle Pass to speak out against what they are calling "open border policies" put in place by the Biden administration.
The bill would alter the asylum system at the border with faster and tougher enforcement and provide substantial military aid to Israel and Ukraine.
From the border crisis, to Ken Paxton's small legal victory, to the upcoming Texas primaries, This Week in Texas Politics turned out to be very busy.
Hundreds gathered in Dripping Springs for a rally Thursday evening as they made their way to the Southern border.
A congressional hearing was held on Tuesday focused on the rights of states when it comes to immigration. A partisan tone dominated the debate over Governor Abbott's standoff with the White House on razor wire and other deterrents.
President Biden says he is ready to shut down the border if Congress passes a bipartisan bill giving him the authority to do it, but some Texas leaders do not seem convinced.
From Texas battle over the border to Ken Paxton's proposed re-impeachment, This Week in Texas Politics proved to be anything but ordinary.
House Speaker Mike Johnson is taking a strong stand against a bipartisan Senate deal to pair border enforcement measures with Ukraine aid.
Governor Greg Abbott is challenging the Supreme Court's decision to grant the removal of miles of razor wire at the US-Mexico border.
Gov. Abbott continues to challenge the SCOTUS ruling that Border Patrol agents can cut razor wire installed by the state of Texas at the border. FOX 7's Mike Warren discusses with our political panel.
Governor Greg Abbott said he will continue to hold the line at the U.S.-Mexico border despite the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of the federal government, who can remove dozens of miles of razor wire put up by the state of Texas.
A divided Supreme Court on Monday allowed Border Patrol agents to cut razor wire that Texas installed on the U.S.-Mexico border, while a lawsuit over the wire continues.