With the president showing little interest in putting a stop to automatic spending cuts, 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry has important information.
13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry weighs in on the 3rd and final presidential debate.
In the aftermath of the attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya, which left the ambassador and three other Americans dead, the Obama Administration is receiving growing criticism of how it handled the situation.
With just four months left in her term as US senator, Kay Bailey Hutchison, who pioneered many efforts to improve and strengthen Sheppard Air Force Base, witnessed the completion of one last project today.
Congressman Mac Thornberry takes a visit to Tranter
Thornberry says as a congressman, he has a different take than Sen. Cornyn on the Holder situation.
A House committee sent the defense spending bill to the full house, but President Obama say's he'll veto it if it passes the full House.
Mayor Glen Barham joined Congressman Mac Thornberry, and former Texas Representative David Farabee Tuesday for a roundtable discussion at MSU.
Thornberry says he believes President Obama should not be telling the Supreme Court how to do its job.
The federal government is now considering closing the federal courthouse in downtown Wichita Falls -- in an effort to cut costs.
As Congress begins to wrestle with the annual budget process ... a group of MSU students got to try their hands at politics.
Their goal: Try to find ways to reduce the projected 10-year federal deficit.
13th District US Congressman Mac Thornberry calls the President's announcement on military cuts "vague", and says it would be a mistake to squander America's defense capabilities. Thornberry points out that Congress and President Obama already agreed on the 487 billion dollars of reductions during the next 10 years, and he says the military's budget will still increase each year, just not as much as the military had planned.