Janet Reno

  • News

    April 10, 2014

    Deporter in the Court

    Dallas immigration judge Dietrich Sims was notoriously tough on the most vulnerable immigrants. Then they sent him the kids.

  • Blogs

    December 10, 2013

    Senate Candidate Steve Stockman: Too Crazy for the Tea Party?

    Representative Steve Stockman, the Houston-area congressman famous for bringing Ted Nugent to the State of the Union and wanting to arm fetuses, was not the Tea Party's first choice to run in the GOP primary against Senator John Cornyn. That honor belongs to Representative Louie Gohmert. Next on the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 19, 2013

    The 18 Most Entertaining Musical Performances by Politicians

    In America, politics and music have been tied together since the very beginning. Benjamin Franklin played multiple instruments, including the violin, harp and guitar, and he even invented one: the glass harmonica. Thomas Jefferson, who played the violin, used music to woo his wife, Martha, who pla ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 12, 2009

    How 'Bout Them Knockers: Zini's Pizzeria

    Zini's Pizzeria 4001 Cedar Springs 214-            599-2600 Promised time: 45 to 50 minutes Actual time: 72 minutes                      & ... More >>

  • News

    November 27, 2008
  • News

    April 13, 2006

    Who Wants to Be a Billionaire?

    Sam Gross does, but despite his claims to the contrary, he's only about a billion or so short of his goal.

  • Dining

    March 10, 2005

    The Daily Show-Off

    Is Dallas really that pretentious?

  • Culture

    November 6, 2003

    Free Will

    Another SNL vet may be the next Bill Murray. Seriously.

  • News

    August 7, 2003

    Porn Pawns

    The kings of smut escape while the feds cook up small fry like former Dallas cop Garry Ragsdale

  • News

    August 1, 2002

    The Ex-Con Game

    How do we deal with the staggering number of prisoners re-entering society? Ned Rollo thinks he knows. He should. He's been there.

  • News

    June 20, 2002

    Echoes of Hate

    Bobby Frank Cherry is one of the most notorious racist killers in American history. To Tom Cherry, he was just "Dad."

  • News

    October 26, 2000

    Death in the Desert

    Gary Patterson flew to El Paso for a job interview--and never returned. It took nearly two years for the Texas Rangers and Waco police to unravel the bizarre web of lies and treachery that led to his disappearance.

  • News

    May 25, 2000

    The good neighbor

    Bombing suspect Bobby Frank Cherry's sordid past trailed him to the shores of Cedar Creek Lake

  • News

    April 27, 2000

    Paranoia with purpose

    Like-minded "Patriots" find their own around the new Branch Davidian Church in Waco

  • News

    April 13, 2000

    Elián's choice

    Should a 6-year-old decide his own fate? Lisa Singh, kidnapped by her father at age 6 and taken from America to a small village in India, says yes.

  • News

    August 19, 1999

    Reno vs. Belo

    The U.S. attorney general accuses WFAA of violating anti-wiretapping laws in the Peavy case

  • Music

    October 1, 1998
  • Music

    August 20, 1998

    Jerry Lee, Dino, and Homer Henderson

    The "Amazing One-Man Band" signs on with one of the greatest living American writers

  • News

    January 29, 1998

    Gimme Shelter

    With public housing under assault from Congress, the Justice Department, and HUD, Dallas tenants' advocate Alice Basey is part of a grassroots movement fighting to keep poor families from going homeless

  • News

    July 24, 1997

    Publicity Paul

    U.S. Attorney Paul Coggins loves feeding his name to the papers. But what's he done that's news?

  • News

    August 22, 1996

    To catch a thief

    The RTC is gone, but one accountant still tries to recover taxpayer money

  • Culture

    August 22, 1996

    Comedy quacks

    4 Out of 5 Doctors flirts with malpractice in Sex & Politics '96

  • Calendar

    August 1, 1996
  • News

    July 13, 1995
  • News

    May 25, 1995

    The road to hell

    Christian Coalition stumbles on its good intentions