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Police corruption in Mexico raises questions for energy investors

Tony Payan, the Françoise and Edward Djerejian Fellow for Mexico Studies, comments on how security issues in Mexico could impact ...

Ebola turns into a political issue

Bob Stein, fellow in urban politics, comments on the politics of Ebola.

Photo ID optional again at Texas polls

Mark Jones, fellow in political science, comments on Texas' voter ID law.

Both sides claim Voter ID ruling will help in November

Mark Jones, fellow in political science, comments on the ruling in Texas' voter ID case.

2014: Legislative races more costly closer to Election Day

Mark Jones, fellow in political science, comments on the cost of candidates' campaigns in the Texas elections.

In race for attorney general, contentious issues but little discussion

Mark Jones, fellow in political science, comments on the Texas attorney general's race.

Killings Force Change in Focus for Mexico's President

Tony Payan, the Françoise and Edward Djerejian Fellow for Mexico Studies and director of the Mexico Center, comments on the ...

Wendy Davis faces steep climb in Texas governor race

Even if Wendy Davis loses by single digits, it could mark a significant shift in Texas politics, says Mark Jones, ...

Mass graves in Mexico linked to police corruption, gang violence

Tony Payan, the Françoise and Edward Djerejian Fellow for Mexico Studies and director of the Mexico Center, comments on the ...

Greg Abbott amasses war chest with eye toward 2018

Mark Jones, fellow in political science, is quoted about Attorney General Greg Abbott's large amount of campaign funds.