As the organization marks its second anniversary, the real question is: does it have a future?

By Robert Draper

When it comes to legalizing gay marriage, Texas remains a stubborn holdout. But for Cleopatra De Leon and Nicole Dimetman, who have sued the state for the right to marry, change can’t come soon enough. 

By Pamela Colloff

These days, a good one is rarer than hen’s teeth—but a whole lot tastier.

By Courtney Bond

Mimi Swartz on what Houston’s fractious mayoral race says about the city.

By Mimi Swartz

As the organization marks its second anniversary, the real question is: does it have a future?

By Robert Draper

When it comes to legalizing gay marriage, Texas remains a stubborn holdout. But for Cleopatra De Leon and Nicole Dimetman, who have sued the state for the right to marry, change can’t come soon enough. 

By Pamela Colloff

These days, a good one is rarer than hen’s teeth—but a whole lot tastier.

By Courtney Bond

Mimi Swartz on what Houston’s fractious mayoral race says about the city.

By Mimi Swartz

Austinite Rebecca Gray has big plans to open the first cafe in the state where humans and felines can peacefully coexist. 

If you want to reach out to the city of @Austin, you’d better look at @AustinTexasGov. If you’re looking for @Dallas, check out @1500Marilla. So who owns the more logical Twitter usernames for Texas cities? 

The Mexican government is upset that Grapevine Police killed an unarmed Mexican immigrant who had exited his car and put his hands up prior to the shotoing. 

The WFAA sports reporter made national headlines last year when he spoke out impassionedly for Michael Sam’s right to play in the NFL. Now, he’s taking on racism in North Texas. 

Early results from sifting through a backlog of more than 6,600 evidence lockers include fresh convictions and hundreds of matches with the FBI’s national DNA database.

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