Members of Congress over the years have delegated much of their power to other branches, especially the executive, so that they can escape accountability for tough choices. We’re at a
Columns & Opinions
One of the occupational hazards facing 19th Century Texas newspaper editors was death by sudden onset lead poisoning–and not from hot type. In the mid to late 1800s, readers offended
Every month for the last three, I’ve had the very best intentions of attending the Writer’s Group at the Civic Center. Months ago, a statewide, grant-sponsored Texas Writes presentation by
AUSTIN — The primary suspect in a string of terrorist-style bombings died in his pickup truck on March 21. Mark Anthony Conditt, 23, of Pflugerville, detonated explosive devices in his
AUSTIN — Enhanced security measures have been implemented at the state capitol complex and grounds, the Texas Department of Public Safety announced Jan. 11.