Of all the books written about Dallas, it's easily the one most often cited: Warren Leslie's 1964 Dallas Public and Private, with a later edition underscoring its heretofore subtle subtitle "Aspects of an American City." Subsequent histories-of -- from Patricia Evridge Hill's Dallas: The Making o ... More >>
Kennedy assassination author and conspiracist Robert Groden says the city's out to get him. He may be right.
The descendants of a former housemaid lay claim to one of Texas' grandest ranch fortunes
Forty years later, "local yokels" take pride in covering tragedy
How consummate con artist Henry Lee Lucas resurrected the dead and went looking for a sucker. He almost found one.
Federal court records reveal the connection between city council ethics and dry-humping