Rarely is I-45 a stage for moral quandaries—at least until you exit, stop at the first intersection, and confront an ethical impasse at the underpass. There, at the red light, you face a panhandler.
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Author and chef Jesse Griffiths is taking locally sourced eating to the next level by making hunting accessible to a younger generation.
Bill King’s new book, Unapologetically Moderate: My Search for a Rational Center in American Politics, hammers home a few central themes: Our nation is fundamentally centrist; our politics don’t reflect that truth; and, as a result, policy suffers and voters become annoyed.
HPD has plenty of problems–sexual harassment, forged tickets, neglected homicides–but the overarching one is denial.
In a city littered with Superfund sites, the San Jacinto River Waste Pits have become a signature environmental justice issue in Houston.
Houston police kill an average of one person every three weeks. According to all evaluating groups, they also never make mistakes.
Photographer Spike Johnson chronicles the lives of Houston’s homeless veterans in his series, “Friends in Low Places.”
Foes of Houston’s new equal rights ordinance are crying foul after Mayor Annise Parker announced that thousands of petition pages were disqualified.
in Texas it is our cities that are left to seriously grapple with citizens’ most urgent needs.
Houston mayor Annise Parker will propose a civil rights ordinance that includes LGBT citizens and covers private businesses. Let the drama begin.