“We are better than what this president suggests we are. We eschew ugliness and divisiveness,” Dallas GOP lawmaker Jason Villalba writes in an editorial piece. “Donald J. Trump is no longer our leader.”
The head of the American Horticultural Society argues that the original social network is the backyard garden.Children glued to the Internet learn to appreciate nature, and become citizen scientists observing and interacting with insects and plants.
Democrats in Congress pushing to impeach Trump should consider censuring him for how he handled his meeting with Putin. Censuring Trump would send a message that the United States opposes Russia’s election hacking and and other policies.
On 100th birthday of late South African president Nelson Mandela, Texas Rep. Helen Giddings recalls her meeting him and reminds North Texans that the United Nations designates it an official day of service.
Cities like Fort Worth are increasingly working with private technology companies to overcome traffic congestion. Applications being by Dallas and Fort Worth help redirect vehicles around wrecks and speed traffic flow.
Immunizations now extend beyond the youngest years to include HPV and vaccinations for teens. They protect one’s own children and other children who come in contact with them. There are many low cost options.
The amount of student debt has increased greatly, leaving many college graduates unable to repay their loans. Their debt makes it difficult for some to buy homes or get jobs. Bankruptcy should be an option but isn't.
The Supreme Court has said Texas House District 90 in Tarrant County, represented by Democrat Ramon Romero, is racially discriminatory. But district boundaries will not be changed before November elections.
Those on the left fear, and those on the right hope, that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will prove pivotal on key rulings including gun rights, abortion, affirmative action, and the Affordable Care Act.
Texas demand for workers and a cultural shift propelled by the #MeToo movement gives women today an opportunity to close the gender wage gap. U.S. women typically earn 80 percent their male counterparts.
The farm bill that passed the U.S. House differs from the Senate version by prohibiting ex-cons from receiving SNAP, food stamps. One former inmate says food assistance is is needed for inmate rehabilitation.
Conservative talk show host Huge Hewitt makes the case for Trump appointing Judge Raymond Kethledge to the U.S. Supreme Court. He says the 51-year old judge is cast in the mold of the late Judge Antonin Scalia.
The American Library Association is dropping Laura Ingalls Wilder’s name from the children’s literature award created in her honor in 1954 saying her books include offensive references to indigenous people.
While the murders of Annapolis journalists made headlines, the ongoing threat to local news is the collapse of the ad-based business model. If you want to support your community, subscribe to your local paper.
Karen Keough, a child neurologist, is treating Texas seizure patients with CBD, a form of medical marijuana that recently became available in the state. Keough reports many patients have decreased symptoms.
An 8-year-old boy lived with a “father figure” in the Next Day Flooring store on Jacksboro Highway in Fort Worth for eight months, according to police. It was not immediately clear why. Police say no charges are expected.