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In 'Bomb City,' First-Time Filmmakers Tell True Crime Story From Texas

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Will A Lot Of Democrats In Texas Turn Out For The Red State's Primary?

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Texas Democratic Congressman Beto O'Rourke at a January town hall meeting in Alice, Texas. In his long-shot bid to unseat Sen. Ted Cruz, O'Rourke has campaigned in at least 226 of the state's 254 counties. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Texas Democrat's Underdog Bid To Unseat Ted Cruz Picks Up Momentum

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Is The Partial Government Shutdown Painful? It Depends Who You Ask

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Kansas' 2012 Tax Cut Experiment Could Serve As A Cautionary Tale

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Houston Mayor Says Parts Of The City Will Have High Water For Weeks

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Remnants Of Harvey Continue To Wreak Havoc In Texas

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Trucks make their way through floodwaters on a road leading to Arkema Inc. in Crosby, Texas, Wednesday. Chemicals at the plant are in danger of exploding because refrigeration is out owing to Hurricane Harvey. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rescue Operations Continue In Houston As Harvey Makes Landfall In Louisiana

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Parts Of Houston Record More Than 3 Feet Of Rain As Harvey Flooding Continues

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Texas' Special Session Ended, But State Lawkmakers Still Want To Discuss Bathroom Bill

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Texas Measure Would Restrict Insurance Coverage For Abortions

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