Late Tuesday afternoon, the Supreme Court cleared the way for reopening 13 abortion-providing health clinics that shuttered following an October 2 ruling by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that allowed Texas to begin enforcing the most draconian portions of House Bill 2, the state's 2013 anti- ... More >>
And why does the U.S. lump all Hispanics together?
And the government that looks the other way.
Rich, white, North Dallas businessmen are plotting to take over Dallas' schools. Maybe this time it'll work.
Back in November U.S. District Judges Orlando Garcia and Xavier Rodriguez down in San Antonio drew up new congressional and state House and Senate maps, since they so hated the ones submitted by the Texas Legislature. The judges claimed the state willfully ignored the state's growing Hispanic pop ... More >>
Photo by Brian HarkinHarlan CrowI'm killing time at this point ... and this bottle of Old Fitzgerald. And while we wait for the county to update its election totals, I'm reading tomorrow's New York Times, which is full of local-interest stories -- more than our own daily, probably. Like this nice ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsThere wasn't much silence at all from the crowd at Franklin Stadium last night. Check out more photos here in our slide show.As Sam noted yesterday, the local Republican party shelled out three grand for a proper venue to accommodate the mammoth crowd they expected at the ... More >>
The sorrow and the pity: Diane Keaton's May 2010 SMU appearance is, alas, already sold out.I was just on the SMU Web site and noticed that yesterday, the university announced the complete roster for the 2009-10 Willis M. Tate Distinguished Lecture Series, which tends to sell out fast -- as evidenced ... More >>
Risk Theatre puts Judas Iscariot on trial; Oleanna goes to academic hell
Why is the DMN's mild-mannered columnist suddenly impatient about the Trinity River?
A rookie Democratic judge faces tough on-the-job training
Is George W. Bush a conservative? Author Bruce Bartlett doesn't think so,
and saying that cost him his job.
A female ironworker fights back against abuse in the riveting North Country
Plus: UTD orders investigation of Waterview
Andre Lewis was eight hours from being executed, until the courts realized they had made a big mistake
The kings of smut escape while the feds cook up small fry like former Dallas cop Garry Ragsdale
New wine bar to open in late January
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched...and watched
Twenty years after Sherrie Wilson became Dallas' first female firefighter, she discovered the department's hiring practices were discriminatory. When she tried to do something about it, she got burned.
Barbara Jordan, a woman of firsts, was faithful to the last
Screen version of Oleanna comes off shrill, empty