Quitting now on city's anti-immigrant court fight would be pricey.
For over a year, a registered "spiritual organization" was the hottest after-hours spot in Dallas. Then it all came crashing down.
Death, destruction and the end of humanity: Dallas pastor Irvin Baxter is building a media juggernaut by predicting the very worst.
Photos by Stephen MaskerWe have a whole slide show from today's doings right here.Football fans who came to Fair Park for the Houston-Penn State match-up at the Cotton Bowl couldn't help but see the sideshow: As promised, the Westboro Baptist Church showed up at the TicketCity Bowl to remind ... More >>
Courtesy Haynes and Boone, LLPJason Villalba, chair of the Dallas Chapter of the Republican National Hispanic AssemblyIn case you haven't seen the updates to Friday's item about tomorrow's mayoral debate at Thomas Jefferson High School, Dallas Chapter of the Republican National Hispanic Assem ... More >>
U2, MuseCowboys StadiumOctober 12, 2009Better than: Half-time at the proper name spelling bee.Hal SamplesFor more photos from last night's performance, check out Hal Samples' slideshow.The first thing everyone noticed, of course, was the much ballyhooed stage, a spider-looking contraption that ho ... More >>
Teachers get axed and parents fret as Dallas' school leaders scramble to cover a budget hole
One mother's crusade to better the life of her mentally retarded son and the system that failed him
Gun dealer's alleged accountant comes up short
Far from his Kurdish home, Adnan Kirkuki seeks out soldiers to defend his new one in the United States
Central Dallas Ministries helps the poor find their own bootstraps
Everything's bigger in our state, especially the fan fakery
Being sick in Dallas County's troubled jail can be a death sentence
Author Mayes boasts about her perfect life
Lisa Diaz had to save her "precious babies" from an evil world. She drowned them.
Are we choosing ourselves crazy?
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How does Virginia McGuire make a profit in the nonprofit business of creating affordable housing? Simple. She pays her husband.
How can Phil Romano, the "Steven Spielberg of the food business," become even more successful? By opening more restaurants, making more money--and feeding the homeless.
Why are the DMN city columnists so lame? Belo wants them that way.
Dallas restaurateurs weather a year of many valleys, few peaks
Adopted children in Texas fight to open records about their births
Despite regional rivalries and hard times, the Fall Gallery Walk has picked up its pace
The end of the 1999 legislative session proves that, for Gov. Bush at least, it's better to look good than to do good
As anguished Plano watched heroin pick off its children one by one, a cry went up for police to do anything to stop the deadly plague. Months later, some parents say they went too far.
Two supposed champions of open government are pushing hard to keep campaign finance records off the Internet. What don't they want you to know?
In Texas, more people die in truck crashes than any state in the country. It's not an accident.
From the mayor of Atlanta, who was unjustly accused of graft, to a California man wrongly sentenced to life in a Texas prison, polygraph examiner Eric Holden found the truth that helped set them free
Justice may be blind, but Dallas jurors aren't--particularly when it comes to race
For Dallas' wackiest speaking gig, Cheyenne Turner brings in UFO inventors, alien abductees, and millennial prophets. But she has to keep her antennae up. These days, E.T. could be a neo-Nazi.
After a Southwestern Bell manager saved a woman's life, the phone company celebrated him as a hero. After he complained about what he alleges were racist billing practices, it fired him.
Drugs from Bolivia. Cash to Panama. Arms to Nicaragua. Bo Abbott says the CIA called - and he delivered.