David Horowitz has made taunting college students a spectator sport. Sometimes he's actually right.
Mitt Romney CampaignConcerns have been raised over Mormonism's decision to move to Cleveland. Because, you know, it's Cleveland.Last month evangelical leaders gathered in D.C. for the Values Voter Summit, where disciples of the Pissed-Off Jesus harrumphed and yammered about how much America sucke ... More >>
Photo by Alex ScottRais Bhuiyan speaking to a group from Amnesty International at SMU earlier this springOn September 21, 2001, Rais Bhuiyan, then 27 years old, was working behind the cash register of a Texaco station in Pleasant Grove when a man wearing a bandanna, sunglasses and a baseball ... More >>
Thirty years after Dallas, fans worldwide came, saw and were conquered.
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Imam Safdar Razi Ali Safdar Razi Ali appeared in federal court in Dallas today, but his case is long from over. The local imam was arrested on immigration charges at his Plano home on April 2 -- one day, says his lawyer, Iman Abdelhadi, before he was to be interviewed for asylum status. Ali first en ... More >>
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Have you prayed for Osama today?If you want to know what defines an evangelical Christian, look no further than Brother Andrew, the 79-year-old Dutchman who called himself "God's smuggler." He is a revered figure among evangelicals because of his single-minded devotion to spreading the gospel of Jes ... More >>
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El Greco, "Descent of the Holy Spirit" He called himself Apostle. And many a Sunday morning was punctuated with the skronk-skronk of a saxophone as he blew his rendition of "Amazing Grace." He was a young man, and he'd recently gotten out of prison, where he had some kind of conversion. We were yo ... More >>
Albert Brooks looks for comedy and comes up empty
An Afghan girl faces the terror of life under the Taliban
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Death and rumors have followed Sandra Bridewell for decades. But no one could predict the strange turn her life has taken today.
A model mid-cities immigrant education program takes hold
Echo Theatre's fine Cloud Nine offers a sly glimpse at sexual politics past and present
Legendary Fritz, Headkrack square off
Plano parents lay siege to enthusiasts of the "New New Math" in a fight over how to fix the sorry state of math instruction in the public schools
Last year showed pop still has more than a ghost of a chance
Texas' Jack Crain helps Hollywood's heroes slice and dice the bad guys