When we write certain people—black, brown, poor—out of the Texas myth, policymakers tend to make decisions that benefit the few.
Tag Archives: El Paso
The Texas answer to New Mexico’s “Breaking Bad” was old Hollywood all the way.
Less obvious was the border as a place, home to millions of people charting a future within the paradox that is the border—desperately poor but highly lucrative; largely ignored while occupying a mythical place in the popular imagination.
Graywater has the potential to be a significant water conservation method in Texas but cities have done very little to encourage its use.
The hunger strike has ended at the El Paso Processing Center but at least 37 men from northern India say they are still being wrongfully detained after requesting political asylum in the United States nearly a year ago.
Judge Lee Yeakel said the legal fight over Texas’ new anti-abortion law would be resolved at the Supreme Court.
El Paso Days is a collection of musings about life’s endless wonder and its occasional silliness.
Abortion rights groups seek to block ambulatory surgical care center rule and to shield El Paso and McAllen abortion clinics from admitting privileges mandate.
The trial of a man accused of orchestrating the assassinations of the three people linked to the U.S. Consulate pries open secrets of the cartel war in Juarez.
Molly Molloy: The sensationalistic narrative of the sexual murders of young women in Juárez distracts Americans from the real social dysfunction experienced by Mexicans living near the border.