DOJ inquiry might help Ferguson

We can only hope that tempers will calm after Monday’s outbreak of violence and that the 21,000-resident St. Louis suburb can see peace.

Police chief, prosecutor kept a secret

Two local public servants in their last days in office share a cloud of shame:

Editorial: It’s time for Congress to act on immigration

A defiant president has made his move,and now the GOP should pass legislative reforms.

Editorial: American Airlines lets its eyes wander for HQ

Fort Worth has been the company’s home since 1979, but it’s merely “acceptable” now.

Big decision ahead on TCU overlay

By the conclusion of the TCU-area mediation group’s fifth meeting on Wednesday, it was clear that a rental registration agreement for investment properties in a proposed zoning overlay would not be the muscular enforcement tool many residents had envisioned.

Beware of mission creep on the border

Perry, Dewhurst and Straus extend DPS, guard surge

Texas board must reach agreement on textbooks by Friday

Board indulged criticisms, failed to give early textbook approval

Mike Norman

Texas short on docs and short on residency slots

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New medical schools will churn out grads, but we’re losing them.

Cynthia Allen

How to tackle healthcare in the new Congress

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Republicans have an opportunity to tackle healthcare policy.

Bob Ray Sanders

The media deserve blame in Ferguson mayhem

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Constant hype basically invited the violent protests.

Bud Kennedy

Southern Baptist leader’s message: Listen to fears in Ferguson

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Countering law-and-order conservatives, the Rev. Russell Moore says race and equality should be a concern for all.

Jim Witt

Star-Telegram embarking on year-long project to find out what kind of coverage readers want

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Our content strategy for the future is to measure reader behavior, make improvements, then measure again.

Richard Greene

Arguments about the Keystone pipeline should be over by now

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Science, a huge environmental study and most Americans back the project.

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