First Lady Anita Perry is speaking out against new breast cancer screening recommendations made by a federal task force last month.
Researcher finds social networking allows genuine, not idealized, personalities to shine through
Though Texas employees are increasingly retiring just to get rehired — a clever way to bring in a salary AND a pension at once — USA Today reports that many states are curbing the practice.
"If the prison administrators cannot get the job done, we need to find some who can."
Criminal justice blogger Scott Henson is reporting on Grits For Breakfast that lawmakers put 59 new felonies on the books during the last legislative session.
Texas school chief calls requirements to adopt national curriculum standards "unprecedented intrusiveness"
Dan Patrick is changing the programming at his Dallas station exclusively to Indian music.
Well, now it's official: The mayor of San Antonio will save us all.
Texas will not adopt national school curriculum standards, risking its ability to get a $700 million federal grant.
Comptroller Susan Combs says the state will have $77.7 billion in general revenue for the current budget, which calls for $77.6 billion in general revenue.
Two legislative ABCs — Anybody But Craddicks — back the Republican moderate challenging Christian conservative member Don McLeroy.
He can "can blow bubbles with beef jerky"?
The Texas Supreme Court today freed Texas A&M University from further liability in the decade-old bonfire case.
The state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to 8.3 percent in October, up from 5.2 percent a year ago.
Mark Yudof vs. the crappy California economy.