Should Donald Trump’s mouth, so unfettered by reason or humility, be loosed on the world with the power of the Oval Office behind it, we could hardly blame friendly nations for withholding trust or unfriendly ones for raising their guard.
Should his mouth, so unfettered by reason or humility, be loosed on the world with the power of the Oval Office behind it, we could hardly blame friendly nations for withholding trust or unfriendly ones for raising their guard.
Liquor propositions are drawing considerable concern in Grapevine, but the elections also affect Roanoke, far north Fort Worth, Haltom City, Hurst and Watauga. Grapevine residents should listen to their mayor.
An exclusive WFAA/Star-Telegram poll says just as many Arlington residents would let the Rangers slip away to another city as would invest in keeping them in a new retractable-roof stadium. The benefits of keeping the team are many.
Two things voters should know about the election for railroad commissioner: It’s a very important statewide post, and it has nothing to do with railroads. The commission regulates the oil and gas industry.
The governor, lieutenant governor and House speaker have taken a milquetoast approach to news that thousands of Texas children known to be in danger of abuse or neglect haven’t been seen by Child Protective Services workers as required by law.
Texas Wesleyan University will get a new $20.25 million student center. The Nick & Lou Martin University Center will have a welcome center, a food court, convenience store, bookstore, ballroom and most important, places for students and student organizations to meet and study.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was indicted more than a year ago on three counts of felony securities fraud. His attorneys have failed to get the indictments thrown out, clearing the way for a trial.