68.7 F
Fort Worth
Friday, September 18, 2020

States consider restoring voting rights to felons

Florida's new voting laws could spark changes in upcoming election processes.

Birthright citizenship is part of immigration debate

Citizenship by birth has been under debate since Trump took office, but can there be any change?

A focus on immigration fails to sway some Tarrant County voters

The politicalization of an approaching migrant caravan doesn't seem to have affected how some Tarrant County citizens voted Tuesday.

Midterm results signal leftward shift for Tarrant County

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.

Latin sorority’s politically inspired social media post goes viral

A flyer created by one TCU student is making it easy to learn more about the candidates running for senator, governor and attorney general.

Bob Schieffer talks impeachment as public hearings begin on Capitol Hill

Former Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer joined TCU360's Benton McDonald to talk about the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

Tips on offering servings of politics and opinions at the holiday table

Whether you’re headed home for the holidays or surrounded by people who actively voice an opinion different than your own, there is no doubt that having conversations about sensitive subjects can be challenging.

#JoltTheVote: A new group encourages political engagement

Jolt, a Latino civic engagement program, hopes to engage students at TCU to engage in political issues in their community.

Texas could halt campus voting sites

The law was signed in September and removes the use of temporary early-voting sites that TCU has hosted in the past.

It’s not too late to register to vote for the midterm elections

TCU students open up about why they think voting is so important.

WHAT WE'RE READING

What we’re reading: Trump rebukes CDC director, Federal Reserve expects interest...

Trump rebukes COVID-19 guidelines, and the Federal Reserve expects interest rates will remain near zero until late 2023.

What we’re reading: Hurricane Sally causes record floods, Big Ten Conference...

Natural disasters lead to a spike in coronavirus cases in the U.S.
Translate Page