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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., reads a statement announcing a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Impeachment 101

By Benton McDonald
Published Sep 24, 2019
With the House of Representatives officially starting an Impeachment inquiry, TCU360 gets you up to speed on how the process works.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott speaks at an elementary school in Austin as he signs HB-3, school finance reform, into law. (Photo courtesy of Michael Rogers)

After recent mass shootings, Abbott unveils Texas Safety Action Report

By Michael Rogers and Michael Rogers
Published Sep 13, 2019
Gov. Greg Abbott releases his Texas Safety Action report outlining ways to respond to, and prevent, future mass shootings.
Host Michael Rogers was joined by the Director of the Tarrant County GOP. Photo courtesy: Michael Rogers

PolitiTalk 9/10/19

By Benton McDonald
Published Sep 10, 2019
Tarrant County GOP's executive director joins the show to discuss the upcoming presidential debate.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and House Speaker Dennis Bonnen look on as Gov. Greg Abbott announces he is sending 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to southern border. (Photo courtesy of Michael Rogers)

New Texas gun laws go into effect day after mass shooting in West Texas

By Michael Rogers
Published Sep 1, 2019
The new laws loosen restrictions on when and where guns can be carried in a number of public places.
Mayoral candidates talk transportation, education, discrimination in Fort Worth

Mayoral candidates talk transportation, education, discrimination in Fort Worth

By Nicole Hawkins
Published May 1, 2019
Fort Worth mayoral candidates shared their stances and plans for the city at TCU's mayoral forum Monday.
As sophomore Juan Hernandez walks across TCUs campus, he cant help but imagine what his life would be like if it werent for birthright citizenship.
Credit: Mariana Rivas

Birthright citizenship is part of immigration debate

By Mariana Rivas
Published Apr 12, 2019
Citizenship by birth has been under debate since Trump took office, but can there be any change?
(AP Photo/Richard W. Rodriguez, File)

Midterm results signal leftward shift for Tarrant County

By Benton McDonald
Published Apr 10, 2019
The nation's largest Republican leaning urban county saw Democrats edge closer in local, state, and national races and could provide a roadmap for success in 2020.
Jolt student chapter in Austin, TX protesting. (Photo via

#JoltTheVote: A new group encourages political engagement

By Oscar Hernandez and Oscar Hernandez
Published Mar 19, 2019
Jolt, a Latino civic engagement program, hopes to engage students at TCU to engage in political issues in their community.
The 25th Amendment - A coup or not?

The 25th Amendment – A coup or not?

By Emily Gustafson
Published Mar 4, 2019
Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe's discussion of invoking the 25th Amendment raises the question - could this be considered a coup?
President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un meet in Vietnam for the first time since the historic summit between the leaders in Singapore last year. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Most print reporters barred from Trump-Kim dinner in Vietnam

By Nicole Hawkins
Published Feb 28, 2019
The White House barred four reporters from attending a dinner between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un after reporters shouted questions at the president.
PolitiTalk 2/8/19

PolitiTalk 2/8/19

By Michael Rogers
Published Feb 8, 2019

Polititalk 2 8 19 from TCU Student Media on Vimeo.

Former felons Desmond Meade, president of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, left, and David Ayala, husband of State Attorney Aramis Ayala, celebrate with copies of their voter registration forms after they registered at the Supervisor of Elections office Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, in Orlando, Fla. Former felons in Florida began registering for elections on Tuesday, when an amendment that restores their voting rights went into effect. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

States consider restoring voting rights to felons

By Brittany Kasko
Published Jan 28, 2019
Florida's new voting laws could spark changes in upcoming election processes.