Too many U.S. workers still suffer and die from exposure to well-known toxic substances, a Texas investigative reporter’s new book says.
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A new book reveals the untold story of a Ku Klux Klan member’s literary double life.
A new book from UT Press provides a troubling twist on the vow “until death do us part.”
How author Larry McMurtry—and George Getschow, editor of a new book about McMurtry—helped shepherd a Lone Star literary community.
The physician and author thinks public hospitals could help save patients trapped in our troubled medical system.
Can 15th-century doctrine explain today's culture wars?
In a novelist’s alternative Texas, Al Gore became president and the War on Climate Change began. What could go wrong?
Houston's Deborah Mouton is creating a legacy, a mythology, and connections between cultures and artistic worlds.
In Clinton, Arkansas, a reporter examines the effects of a stagnant economy on the place she came from.