Loneliness can be deadly amid worsening climate change.
Prolonged triple-digit temperatures also dramatically increased 911 calls for heat-related illness.
Democratic State Representative Jarvis Johnson called the governor's veto "petty, bullshit politics."
Eight more women have joined a lawsuit asking the courts to clarify exceptions to Texas abortion law for unviable pregnancies.
Austin author's memoir-esque novel about motherhood is both engaging—and disturbing.
Doctors are left to guess at whether helping their patients will land them in prison.
And traveling out of state won't fix it.
An estimated 2.7 million Texans are at risk of losing their Medicaid insurance after the public health emergency expires on March 31.
A rogue surgeon’s long Texas career left behind damaged and dead people—and a cautionary tale of how far a wealthy physician can go before anyone stops him.
From Rachel Pearson's "No Apparent Distress: A Doctor’s Coming of Age on the Front Lines of American Medicine," this excerpt is featured in our April issue.