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 >>
The most interesting of the three institutions that comprise the sprawling George W. Bush Presidential Center at SMU is the museum, which is filled with artifacts from the former president's life. There's the bullhorn he used to address first responders from the rubble of Ground Zero in 2001, the wi ... More >>
American banks are on a massive crime spree. The Presidential candidates hope you won't notice.
If, come Election Day, you've got a problem at the polls, look no further than Sarah Saldaña, an Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Texas. Today, U.S. Attorney Richard Roper announced that Saldaña will be the Northern District's election officer, meaning she'll be respons ... More >>
Despite a hung jury, the trials are far from over
Billy Ray takes on another liar: FBI traitor Robert Hanssen
John Ashcroft visits Dallas
Hooray for ill-equipped militias
The kings of smut escape while the feds cook up small fry like former Dallas cop Garry Ragsdale
Oak Cliff's Ed Sebesta helped topple Trent Lott
Polanski returns to Poland, this time as The Pianist
How do we deal with the staggering number of prisoners re-entering society? Ned Rollo thinks he knows. He should. He's been there.
A screenwriter loses his memory in The Majestic, but there wasn't much to misplace
Love Songs For Machines
With a homeboy headed for the White House, a handful of his Dallas pals have hopes of making their mark on Washington