Sloppy handling of deadly viruses at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, including shipping a deadly virus to a lab by mistake, has spurred calls for an independent investigation of the agency. The head of of it concedes in a New York Times piece this morning there may be a "potential for hubris." ... More >>
Long dismissed as kooks, Dallas' anti-fluoride activists are speaking out again. This time, we might listen.
Before we blanket ourselves with pesticides, we should clear some things up.
Drug arrests at Texas Christian University certainly have seized everybody's attention around the country. But surely it's not because people are shocked, shocked to find drugs on a college campus. Probably has more to do with the close juxtaposition of the words "drug raid" and "Christian." But wh ... More >>
A recent Truluck's promotion intended to celebrate customers' joyous events could send anxious mothers-to-be into a nutritional tizzy. Through tomorrow, the Uptown seafood restaurant is offering free stone claw crab appetizers to women who show their servers a sonogram performed that day. Bu ... More >>
In order to help Haiti, you don't have to just sling cash out into the great unknown. Several groups in Dallas have long-standing involvement in relief efforts there -- among them Dallas-Haiti Project, which has been around for eight years. It began with nine women connected with St. Michael and ... More >>
New members of the Texas Lege promise to uphold the old seedy standards