Lance Armstrong's decision last week to stop fighting the doping charges leveled against him by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency wasn't an admission of guilt, though it sure seemed that way: The next day was the deadline for contesting USADA's evidence at an open hearing complete with a parade of witness ... More >>
A famous yogi and his once-prized pupil go to the mat in court.
Once an outspoken judge advocate, Dallas' Colby Vokey was chased from the Marines, but he's still defending troops -- and still speaking his mind.
Via.Randall Dale Adams's mugshot for the crime he did not commit"It's an Everyman's story. It's the story of someone slipping through the cracks -- if you like, a nonfiction Twilight Zone episode." That was filmmaker Errol Morris talking, in 1988, about his documentary The Thin Blue Line -- other ... More >>
An SMU biologist thinks the secret to the fountain of youth may be found by putting fruit flies on a diet.
All aboard the '80s way-back machine for Mike Nichols' good time Charlie
A terrible crime plus skaky evidence tempts prosecutors to play a secret game of "let's make a deal"
When the world is falling to pieces, emergency doctor Paul Pepe makes order from chaos
Alex Gibney expertly captures the lies and fall of Enron
Plus: School Spirit; Evil Eyes Averted
A group of veterans says John Kerry stretches the truth about his Vietnam service. Who can you believe? Who knows?
A dirty journo gets busted in Shattered Glass
His wife murdered their five children, but Rusty Yates was the one labeled a villain. He says don't believe everything you read.
In another holy war, the battle plan is to turn Muslims into Bible believers
Ron Davis' wife disappeared 13 months ago. So why isn't he telling police everything they want to know?
High-profile P.I. Bill Dear believes he knows who killed Nicole Simpson. It's not who you think.
A West Texas divorce case could soon change the nation's gun laws
Michael Moore gets out of his La-Z-Boy to find The Awful Truth
Schoonerville Trolley; Silence is golden
Craven's Scream trilogy closes out on a yawn
Michael Mann's The Insider proves real life trumps fictional suspense every time
Pushy, driven, and fearless, Texas Secretary of State Elton Bomer is Bush's big man on the border. But is he tough enough to cut through the red tape snarling efforts to help the poor people living in the colonias?
The 12th Annual Dallas Video Festival offers all of the flavor with none of the fat of heavy TV consumption
Despite the Starr report's dirty details, Paula Jones' case against the nation's "first black president" hinges as much on race as on sex
Environmentalists and some high-profile Dallas chefs say ocean food supplies are in crisis. But is their disaster cry simply publicity bait?
American Airlines refuses to let a threat from the religious right steer the company off its gay-friendly course
Michael Moore's ego is The Big One in his new documentary
How a troupe of button-down Dallas lawyers breathed life into Jones vs. Clinton and found themselves the nation's most unlikely feminist heroes
187 is a blackboard bungle
In Rosewood, the truth is black and white and red all over
The tenth annual Dallas Video Festival shows why video is eclipsing film as the mass art medium
Denyce Graves is the current Carmen of choice, and TDO has her
World-class embezzler Gary Lewellyn rebounds with a fast-selling treatment for A.D.D.
Angels in America author Tony Kushner talks politics
Stung Star-Telegram yanks Ivins column from Observer
How the Feds let S&L swindler Clifford Sinclair get away with millions