Once we take down Confederate statues, Texans must still grapple with monsters in the past.
"I cannot say for certain he held Nazi views," Dave Shafer tweeted about the Allen gunman, who had swastika and SS tattoos.
“I think if we substitute Muslim, undocumented ... many of these politicians would leave skid marks in their haste to offer condemnation.”
The governor didn't even wait a single day before calling for the potential pardon of racist murderer Daniel Perry.
Though he confessed to the murders, his lawyers argue he might have been spared a death sentence if not for pervasive bias at his trial.
Brian McLaren's book "Do I Stay Christian?" challenges the faithful to examine the harm caused by modern religion.
Despite denying involvement in the Aryan Freedom Network and Patriot Front, lawyer Jason Lee Van Dyke has gathered with both groups.
Moving migrants from Texas to Democratic strongholds is not new. The Reverse Freedom Rides of the 1960s hold lessons for activists of today.
A new nonfiction book reveals dark details of a clash between white and Vietnamese shrimpers, corporate polluters, and the KKK in Texas.
Protests to remove racist statues and iconography are part of a larger effort to reframe Texas history.