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Medicaid cuts that could affect children with serious health issues will go forward, after a ruling by the Texas Supreme Court. A group fought the cuts in court and lost. Read More
The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates says there was indeed a problem with Donald Trump's microphone during Monday night's first general election debate. The commission says on its website that "there were issues... Read More
NBC 5's Kristi Nelson & Gromer Jeffers of The Dallas Morning News talk about the Clinton/Trump debate with leaders of the Tarrant County GOP & Democratic Parties. Plus, a look at who is trying to replace Dallas District Attorney Susan Hawk. Watch Sunday at 8;40 a.m. on NBC 5.
Video of Donald Trump giving a deposition in a case involving one of his hotels was released Friday. The case is part of Trump’s ongoing legal feud with celebrity chef and restauranteur Geoffrey Zakarian. Zakarian and another chef... Read More
Gov. Greg Abbott says he's withdrawing Texas from the refugee resettlement program because the federal government refuses to provide assurances they don't post a security threat. Read More
Eight Houston taco trucks have begun registering voters ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election -- offering a side of civic engagement with the spicy fare they serve up daily. Read More
A Florida doctor is under fire for an ad linking Hillary Clinton supporters and low testosterone. The ad from Dr. Dareld Morris says if you are a man thinking about voting for Hillary Clinton, you may need to have your testosterone checked. "Most are not aware of the effect low T can have on your mental state. For instance your ability to focus and think clearly," the radio ad states. Morris said he "leans right" and just wanted to make a humorous political statement while promoting his practice, and adds he honestly wants to see if there is a correlation between your health and your political views. He claims he is using this as an experiment. Read more here from NBC 2.
This has not been a good week for Donald Trump. First the debate now newspapers - even one that has never taken a side says don't vote Trump. Donald Trump has a new tag line when it comes to Hillary Clinton. He repeated it at a rally in New Hampshire. "Everything you need to know about Hillary Clinton, sometimes referred to as Crooked Hillary, can be understood with a simple but very important phrase, 'Follow the money,'" said the GOP Presidential Nominee. Still endorsements pour in for Clinton. In a surprise move, breaking with USA Today's tradition of not picking sides, in an editorial the paper wrote quote," by all means vote, just not for Donald Trump." Vice Presidential nominee Mike Pence wrote a competing op-ed in USA today stating Trump is ready to lead. Clinton attacked Trump's ability to lead the economy and repeated she will raise taxes, but not for everyone. "I will not raise taxes on the middle class. And I have defined it as I will not raise taxes on anyone making less than...
Furious Phoenix officials published a letter to Donald Trump on Thursday night, demanding his campaign ad showing city police officers be taken down immediately. The ad, titled “Movement,” shows Trump meeting with a number... Read More
For the first time in 34 years, USA Today's editorial board declared sides in a presidential race, calling Trump “unfit for the presidency,” NBC News reported. The board encouraged voters to “resist the siren sound of a dangerous... Read More