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Voters leave an early voting poll site, Monday, Feb. 14, 2022, in San Antonio. Early voting in Texas began Monday. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Primary Preview: See the candidates for major statewide office in Texas

By Alexandra Lang
Published Mar 1, 2022
Get to know the candidates for major statewide positions before primary voting ends.
A sign in English, Spanish and Vietnamese points to the polling station at Tanglewood Elementary School Tuesday morning. (Breana Adams/TCU 360)

Live blog: Texas primary election day 2022

By JD Pells
Published Mar 1, 2022
TCU 360's live coverage of Texas Primary Election Day.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen speaks during a media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022. Europe and Canada said Sunday, Feb. 27, they would close their airspace to Russian airlines after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, raising the pressure on the U.S. to do the same. “We are shutting down the EU airspace for Russians,” said European Commission President von der Leyen. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo, File)

What we’re reading: EU restricts airspace for Russian planes, scientists discover new planet

By Brooke Gianopulos
Published Feb 28, 2022
The European Union and Canada are banning all planes from Russia, CDC announces new guidelines and more of what we're reading.
Vote Now sign informing people on how to vote for the primaries in March.

Students encouraged to vote in March primaries

By Breana Adams
Published Feb 23, 2022
With March primaries just weeks away, young people are encouraged to vote.
U.S. President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting on efforts to lower prices for working families, in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Jan. 24, 2022. Biden warned Ukraines leader Thursday that there is a distinct possibility that Russia could attack in February. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

What we’re reading: Biden’s agreement to meet with Putin, longevity of COVID-19 vaccine

By Jessica Schaffer
Published Feb 23, 2022
Biden's agreement to meet with Putin, the longevity of the Covid vaccine and more of what we're reading.
A video display that says guests at the Space Needle are required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is shown, Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022, in Seattle. Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday that the statewide indoor mask mandate in Washington state will lift on March 21, 2022, including at schools and child care facilities. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

What we’re reading: Vaccination requirements are being lifted across the U.S.

By Annalise Rogers
Published Feb 19, 2022
Several cities lift proof-of-vaccination requirements, lead found in Philadelphia school district's water and more of what we're reading.
FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2021, file photo, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott speaks before he signs an anti-smuggling bill at McAllen City Hall in McAllen, Texas. Gov. Abbott has signed redrawn voting maps that pave a safer path for the GOPs slipping majority, leaving opponents hoping courts will block the newly gerrymandered districts before they can be used in the 2022 elections. Abbott signed the maps Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, according to a spokeswoman for the governor. (Joel Marinez/The Monitor via AP, File)

Inside look: Top gubernatorial candidates challenge Gov. Abbott in Texas primaries

By Brooke Gianopulos
Published Feb 18, 2022
With the primary election less than a month away, here's an inside look on some of the candidates appearing on the ballots.
A man passes an early voting poll site, Monday, Feb. 14, 2022, in San Antonio. Early voting in Texas began Monday. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Texas primary elections are underway: Why young voter participation matters

By Haeven Gibbons
Published Feb 17, 2022
Early voting for the Texas primary election lasts through Feb. 25 and young voter participation can help determine where the party is headed.
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin speaks prior to signing a bill that bans mask mandates in public schools in Virginia on the steps of the Capitol Wednesday Feb. 16, 2022, in Richmond, Va. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)

What we’re reading: Mask mandates ease, Biden ends $70M in student loan debt

By Grace Reinhardt
Published Feb 17, 2022
COVID-19 restrictions begin to be dropped, rising sea levels and more of what we're reading.
Sha’Carri Richardson (left) was banned from participating in the Tokyo Olympics for a positive cannabis test. Kamila Valieva (right) tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug, but was cleared to continue competing in the Beijing Olympics. (AP Photo)

What we’re reading: American sprinter critiques IOC ruling, Trudeau invokes Emergency Act

By Micah Pearce
Published Feb 16, 2022
An American sprinter critiques Olympic Committee’s ruling, Navy engineer conspired to share U.S. secrets and more of what we're reading.
Traffic flows over the Ambassador Bridge in Detroit Monday, Feb. 14, 2022 after protesters blocked the major border crossing for nearly a week in Windsor, Ontario. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

What we’re reading: Ambassador Bridge reopens, Kamila Valieva will not receive medal

By Emmaday Ormond
Published Feb 14, 2022
Stabbings in New Mexico, confusion in Ukraine's NATO bid and more of what we're reading.
Gold medalist Nathan Chen of the United States celebrates during the medal ceremony for the mens free skate figure skating at the 2022 Winter Olympics, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2022, in Beijing. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

What We’re Reading: U.S. wins gold in figure skating, SpaceX Starlink satellite launch fails

By Trevor Matthews
Published Feb 11, 2022
What We're Reading: Trump denies flushing documents, Russian Olympic drug scandal