The ballot for the Democratic Primary on May 2, 1864 presented Texans of that political persuasion with the choice of keeping the incumbent in the U.S. Senate for six more
Columns & Opinions
AUSTIN — Only a month is left for lawmakers to get the state’s business done in the 86th regular session of the Texas Legislature. Still unfinished are the issues at
There are women who can be ready at a moment’s notice to attend a fundraising luncheon. I’m not one of them. There are women who regularly have professional manicures and
When historians look back to this era, they will wonder why we insisted on outsourcing our border control to a foreign country. President Donald Trump’s threat to close down the
There are big mysteries ranging from the most weighty of cosmic questions to the whereabouts of famous people who have disappeared without a trace. And then there are little mysteries.