Americans for Limited Government President Nathan Mehrens today issued the following statement condemning Senate action to extend unemployment benefits by $6.4 billion for 3 months, including the votes of six Republican senators, Kelly Ayotte (
Court-appointed attorneys are about to get a pay raise in El Paso County.
Starting April 1, court-appointed defense attorneys will be paid $90 per hour in court and $75 per hour outside court , that's a $15 increase.
Today, U.S. Congressman Steve Pearce applauded the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for opening the public comment period for the Range-Wide Lesser Prairie Chicken Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances.
The Senate is expected to pass a two-year compromise budget deal today. It eases some spending cuts, but it also adds some—including a reduction to military benefits.
And that’s causing major controversy.
Joe Pickett, Chairman of the Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee and State Representative for El Paso District 79, received a Law Enforcement Leadership Award for his hard work during the 83rd Legislative Session.
A new school in northwest El Paso will have a household name, Silvestre and Carolina school is named in honor of former congressman Silvestre Reyes and his wife, a groundbreaking ceremony took place today.
The heated debate for immigration reform continues as it heads the House of Representatives, republican house members have said they won’t support the senate bill and will craft their own, but what are local political parties saying about
By CNN: By Dana Bash, Chelsea J. Carter, and Tom Cohen
President Barack Obama vowed Wednesday to hold accountable those at the Internal Revenue Service involved in the targeting of conservative groups applying for federal tax-exempt status, beginning with the resignation of the agency's acting
They call politics a blood sport, a battle royale, a bare-knuckle brawl.
But why use bare knuckles when you can smack your presidential rival with a microphone, light saber or red, white and blue Popsicle?
ANTHONY, NM — The runner up in the Anthony mayor's race is not going quietly.
Juan Acevedo said town leaders met Wednesday to talk about pre-filled ballots handed out at some polling sites before people voted.