Ever heard of Crusaders for Yahweh?
We hadn’t, either, but Barry Smitherman has and apparently he’s upset that the Southern Poverty Law Center has listed the Crusaders of Yahweh—and other “patriot, mormon and judeo-christian religious groups”—as hate groups.
We made a bet long ago that the rains would always come. So we failed to plan. Now the rains have ceased, and the demands are incalculable.
The global scientific authority on climate change released its fifth global assessment this month, finding that human-induced warming of the planet is “unequivocal” and […]
November 22, 1963 became one of the darkest days in American history—and in Texas—when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated during his visit to […]
Greg Harman stops by to talk about his recent story “Waste Land” in which Frio County deals with the constant stream of wastewater created by hydraulic fracturing in the Eagle Ford Shale.
In the high-stakes world of school accountability, the line between cheating and smart management isn’t always clear.
Today in federal court, a coalition of reproductive rights organizations filed a legal challenge to House Bill 2, the controversial anti-abortion bill passed by the Texas Legislature this summer.
In the wake of a federal report released last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced Wednesday new measures to address a trend of […]
No sooner had the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a key section of the Voting Rights Act this summer than Texas Attorney General Greg […]
The Texas Biennial coincides with an increasing quality and scope of work across the state—work concerned with the same issues of location, opportunity and transition that nag the Western world at large.