East of Brownsville, an unassuming patch of ground hosted the final, pointless battle of the Civil War.
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Dina Nuñez, a 51-year-old mother of three and human rights organizer, used to go to the Planned Parenthood clinic in her hometown of […]
A Brownsville pediatrician sets the story straight about the children and families coming to Texas.
At Camp Lonestar, a citizen militia campsite outside Brownsville, a group of armed volunteers seeks to ‘push back the illegals.’
Omar Figueredo declined to answer questions from Border Patrol agents at the Brownsville airport. What happened next should worry all citizens.
When Brownsville public school students step out of line, they’re marched off to boot camp. But does military-style discipline help or harm?
NASA could take Hadfield’s social-media model and leverage its creativity to drum up popular support for new space projects.
Susan Mills, a professor at the University of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College, is suing the university officials who fired her—apparently the first lawsuit to come out of the schools’ messy split that’s cost the jobs of nearly 100 faculty members.
In Brownsville, Texas, the ties that bind two nations together have been celebrated for 76 years during the annual Charro Days Fiesta.