Sleeping with the enemy: He’s for Trump. She’s for Clinton.

Though the gender gap is especially marked in this year’s campaign – Clinton leads among women by 15 points, according to FiveThirtyEight – bipartisan couples are rare.

According to a Pew Research Center survey released Thursday, only 3 percent of people who support either Trump or Clinton say their partners plan to vote for the other candidate.

In such cases, says John Vincent, a marriage counselor who co-directs the University of Houston’s Center for Couples Therapy, avoiding the topic can be healthy.

For Nicole, the split over presidential politics reprises an old family dynamic:

[…] as a Christian he accepts Trump’s apology.

[…] he adds, Trump isn’t running for pope.

Trump, Murray contends, has the business background needed to make government more efficient.

Hardly any politicians really understand a budget, and Trump would stop sending “free money” to people who can work.

No, Murray counters, Clinton is just another member of the political establishment – “a grumpy old white man with boobs and a vagina.”

Another Houston marriage counselor, Denise O’Doherty, says that a couple who disagree should only talk politics if they can stay calm and listen to each other without rebutting.

In an episode of “The Americans,” an FX drama about Soviet spies in the 1980s, vintage news clip mentioned Ronald Reagan as a loose cannon whose rhetoric could start World War III.

Arrest made in slaying of Spring chef

Authorities have arrested and charged a Houston man in the September slaying of Spring chef Michael Kusuma, who was gunned down by intruders to his north Harris County home.
John Wesley Baldwin, 28, is charged with capital murder. He was apprehended …

Judge: transgender bathroom injunction is nationwide

The Texas federal judge who issued an injunction temporarily halting Obama Administration guidelines on transgender student bathroom use clarified Wednesday that the ruling applies nationwide.
U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor issued an order in resp…

Judge: transgender bathroom injunction is nationwide

The Texas federal judge who issued an injunction temporarily halting Obama Administration guidelines on transgender student bathroom use clarified Wednesday that the ruling applies nationwide.
U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor issued an order in resp…