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Dallas Journalist Barrett Brown Went to the U.K. Now, He Wants Asylum.
By Simone Carter
Seeking Justice for Protesters Injured by Dallas PD, Attorneys Say Civil Suits May Be Only Hope
By Jacob Vaughn
Texas' New Camping Ban May Make Life Worse for Dallas' Homeless
Ethics Complaint Says Tennell Atkins Wasted $20,000 on Grass for Rec Center
'Designed to Intimidate': Revamped Conservative Watchlist Targets Professors in Texas and Beyond
By Michael Murney
Parents Sue Allen ISD over 'Failure' to Protect Children with COVID Safety Measures
George W. Bush Will Speak At the Center Named After Him About a 9/11 Movie Made About Him
By Liam Gaughan
U.S. Dept. of Justice Sues Texas Over New Abortion Law
By Patrick Strickland
Did Dallas Curb Sex Trafficking With the 'No Cruising' Ordinance?
The Satanic Temple Is (Again) Fighting Texas' Harsh Abortion Restrictions
In Dallas' Joppa, Community Leaders and Developer at Odds Over Proposed Townhomes
South Dallas Property Owner Sues City Over Habitual Criminal Property Designation
Yacht Rock Is Now the Official Music of Dallas City Council. But Why Stop There?
By Mark E. Moon
#TexasTaliban Trends on Twitter Following Restrictive Abortion Laws
By Eva Raggio
Deja Q: QAnon John's Las Vegas Convention Loses Its Venue
Permitless Carry Adds New Burden to Restaurants
By Lauren Drewes Daniels
Terabyte by Terabyte, the Dallas Police Data Loss Story Keeps Getting Worse
QAnon John Calls For 'Military Mutiny' Ahead of Las Vegas Event Featuring DFW Speakers
A New PBS Documentary Tells the Real Story About the Women's Suffrage Movement
By Brittany Nunn
Quorum Be Damned: Why Some Texas Democrats Stayed in Washington D.C.
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