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Clinton's path after New Hampshire tonight

Hillary Clinton goes into tonight’s New Hampshire primary ready, frankly, to move on to the next one. She most likely will lose tonight, so the real question is how badly. Before campaigns and pundits turn their attention in earnest to the South and the West, Clinton needs to register as best a second-place finish as she ever has.

Feds say maid's life was a living nightmare

The sprawling home in Katy's Cinco Ranch area would seem like a dream to an impoverished, illiterate woman from Nigeria, but federal agents contend it was a house of nightmares, where a servant was abused, degraded and locked away from the world.

Legal marijuana an opportunity for LEDs

Jonathan Villagomez grew up maintaining his family's yard and tending to the church garden. At 19, he started a landscaping company before venturing off into the IT world. So when looking for business opportunities with LED lighting, it felt natural to intertwine the two.

Turner tears up airport contracts, will start bidding over

Mayor Sylvester Turner said he will tear up a series of massive airport expansion contracts and start the bidding process over late Tuesday, hours after City Controller Chris Brown said he would not clear the way for council to approve the items, citing potential violations of city procurement rules and other concerns.

UT Arlington enrollment tops 50,000

Enrollment of Texas-based students at the University of Texas at Arlington jumped 6 percent to a record 38,650 for the spring 2016 semester, pushing overall enrollment over 50,000 students, the university said Tuesday.

Abortion rights activists say their support is growing in Texas

On a “truth tour” to energize supporters, raise funds and focus attention on next month’s scheduled Supreme Court hearing of a suit challenging Texas’ signature anti-abortion law, activists who gathered Tuesday at a Southeast Side clinic said recent events have strengthened their embattled movement.

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