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The water selection is displayed at Kroger on South University Drive (Amelia Crowley/Staff Writer)

Legislators partner with Texas Water Foundation to promote water security

By Amelia Crowley, Staff Writer
Published Jan 26, 2023
The newly introduced Texas House Water Caucus partners the Texas Water Foundation and state legislators to make water insecurity a priority.
A voter casts their ballot in the 2022 midterm elections early Tuesday at Fire Station 26 in Jackson, Miss., Nov. 8, 2022. (Hannah Mattix/The Clarion-Ledger via AP)

What we’re reading: Abbott wins third term, winning Powerball ticket sold

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Nov 9, 2022
Texas Governor Greg Abbott wins third term, winning Powerball ticket sold in California and more of what we're reading.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, right, canvasses for votes, Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, in Harlingen, Texas. As Democrats embark on another October blitz in pursuit of flipping Americas biggest red state, Republicans are taking a swing of their own: Making a play for the mostly Hispanic southern border on Nov. 8 after years of writing off the region that is overwhelmingly controlled by Democrats. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Midterm elections 2022

By Haeven Gibbons, Alexis Berry and Aidan Burt
Published Nov 9, 2022
After months of campaigning the results are coming in on the 2022 midterm elections.
Voters wait in line at a polling place at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs in Austin, Texas, on election night, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP)

Live blog: Texas midterm election day 2022

By Haeven Gibbons, Staff Writer
Published Nov 8, 2022
Texans head to the polls today to cast their votes in the 2022 midterm election. Please check back for Politifrog’s ongoing coverage throughout the day and night.
A man buys lottery tickets ahead of the Powerball jackpot drawing at the Bluebird Liquor store in Hawthorne, Calif., Saturday, Nov. 5, 2022.  (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

What we’re reading: Powerball reaches new high, Twitter asking former employees to return

By Zion Trammell
Published Nov 6, 2022
Twitter asks employees to return, Iranian lawmakers push for protestors to be put to death, and more of what we're reading.
A sign for Twitter headquarters is reflected in. a window in San Francisco, Friday, Nov. 4, 2022. Employees were bracing for widespread layoffs at Twitter on Friday, as new owner Elon Musk overhauls the social platform. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

What we’re reading: Twitter layoffs spark class action lawsuit, upcoming midterm elections

By Alli Shoop
Published Nov 4, 2022
Elon Musk lays off half of Twitter, Respiratory illnesses rate expected to soar this winter, and more of what we're reading.
Early voting stickers are seen at a polling station Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2022, in Milwaukee. Tuesday marks the first day to vote early in Wisconsin. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

‘I voted because I care.’ The importance of voting in the midterm elections

By Hope Crockett, Staff Writer
Published Nov 1, 2022
Midterm elections take place Nov. 8 and will determine Texas policies and elected officials, including the state's next governor.
San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins addresses reporters at a news conference with Police Chief William Scott standing next to her on Monday, Oct. 31, 2022, in San Francisco. Jenkins announced state charges against David DePape, including attempted murder. DePape is accused of breaking into the home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and attacking her husband with a hammer.  (AP Photo/Terry Chea)

What we’re reading: Suspect in Pelosi Attack, Trump’s tax records, The Twitter takeover, and Halloween drive-by shooting

By Josh Willie, Staff Writer
Published Nov 1, 2022
Attack on Nancy Pelosi fails, Elon Musk removes Twitter's board of directors and more of what we're reading.
A woman places flowers to pay tribute for victims near the scene of a deadly accident in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, Oct. 30, 2022, following Saturday nights Halloween festivities. A mass of mostly young people among tens of thousands who gathered to celebrate Halloween in Seoul became trapped and crushed as the crowd surged into a narrow alley, killing dozens of people and injuring dozens of others in South Korea’s worst disaster in years. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

What We’re Reading: South Korea in shock, bridge collapse in India

By Matt Salotti, Staff Writer
Published Oct 30, 2022
South Korean party surge kills 154, Morbi bridge collapse kills 141 and king cobra snake returns to Swedish Zoo.
OROCOVIS, PR - SEPTEMBER 22: The 157 route into the community Cacao currently being cleared after mayor landslides caused by Hurricane Fiona blocked access.

(Photo by Gabriella N. Báez for NPR)

What We’re Reading: Chicago building explosion, Hurricane Fiona hits Puerto Rico

By Ian Napetian, Staff Writer
Published Sep 27, 2022
Chicago building explosion kills eight, Hurricane Fiona hits Puerto Rico and more of what we're reading.
FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2019, file photo, former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden addresses attendees through video link at the Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon. A judge ruled on Dec. 17, 2019, that Snowden violated secrecy agreements with the U.S. government that allow it to claim proceeds from a memoir he published. Federal Judge Liam OGrady ruled that Snowden is liable for breach of contract with the government because he published Permanent Record,” without submitting it for a pre-publication review. (AP Photo/Armando Franca, File)

What we’re reading: Russian citizenship granted to Edward Snowden, Hurricane Ian forecast

By Alli Shoop, Staff Writer
Published Sep 26, 2022
Russia grants full Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden, Hurricane Ian forecast, and more of what we're reading.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell speaks at a news conference Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, at the Federal Reserve Board Building, in Washington. Intensifying its fight against chronically high inflation, the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate by a substantial three-quarters of a point for a third straight time, an aggressive pace that is heightening the risk of an eventual recession. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

What we’re reading: The Fed increases interest rates, cheating scandal rocks chess world

By Josh Willie, Staff Writer
Published Sep 21, 2022
A cheating scandal spreads through the chess world, anti-war protests break out throughout Russia and more of what we're reading.