The United States Bullion Depository was, according to Wikipedia, an unintended byproduct of a 1933 executive order banning the private ownership of large quantities of gold. Those who didn't move their gold to Switzerland sold it to the Federal Reserve, which found that it didn't really have any pl ... More >>
Fifty years in, the spy is ever less relevant — and still beloved. Why?
Is this you?In the words of the great, would-be time traveler Kip Dynamite: We "love technology."And we do. Let's be honest: Music fans of today have it a bajillionty times better than the generation previous to this current, wireless point in time. Blogs, mp3s, iTunes, Myspace, Facebook and eve ... More >>
Speaking of federal lawsuits ...Here's another one I found Tuesday morning, filed Monday in the U.S. Northern District of Texas Dallas Division: Rodney Bennett v. Dallas Independent School District.In the complaint, which you'll find in full on the other side, Bennett says that between 2001 and t ... More >>
Dallas CountyGreg KitchenOn January 22, a 32-year-old Dallas County Jail inmate named Gregory Kitchen was pepper-sprayed -- twice, in the face -- by guards who, according to a report released in March, also choked him from behind while kneeling on his back. Less than a minute later, he stopped br ... More >>
Looks like this time they picked the wrong country.
Rose Farley is 5-foot-2, 110 pounds. If she makes the all-new Dallas Diamonds professional women's football team, she's gonna take some suckas out.
A wealthy Fort Worth oil clan's court battle isn't just about millions. It's about pride. Miriam Rozen tells a tale of favored sons
1994 wasn't The Year of Anything--except great music