Angela Washeck

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Texas A&M's Queer Relationship With the GLBT Community

Last week the Texas A&M student government passed, then vetoed a bill that would allow students to opt-out of the $2 tuition fee supporting the campus’s GLBT community. It isn’t the first time A&M has shown hostility toward homosexuality.

Beyoncé’s Illuminati Sign Illuminated

What is the Illuminati and is Beyoncé in it?

Ron Paul’s Farewell to Congress

The Texas Republican gave his last impassioned speech on the House floor Wednesday.

Romney Visits Texas, Talks Barbara Bush and Energy

During his trips to Houston and Midland on Tuesday, Republican candidate Mitt Romney took time out to praise former first lady Barbara Bush and talk oil and gas.

Princeton Review Labels Three Texas Universities as LGBT-Unfriendly

In the latest Princeton Review ranking, three Texas institutions of higher learning made the list of schools most “LGBT-unfriendly.”

Couple Completes Quest to Visit Every Whataburger

Karl and Carol Hoepfner completed their mission to visit every Whataburger in the country on Wednesday, 62 years to the day after the first Whataburger opened in Corpus Christi.

Texas Executes Seventh Man of 2012

Marvin Wilson, an inmate with an IQ of 61 and the reasoning skills of a grade school student, was the latest to die in the Huntsville death chamber.

Why This GOP Nominee for the Texas Supreme Court Matters

John Devine, who beat incumbent Supreme Court justice David Medina in Tuesday’s elections, is a shoo-in for the November contest. Here’s what you should know about this GOP nominee for Supreme Court Justice.

SMU Football Players Accuse Prostitute of Theft

Three SMU athletes claim a woman stole over $3,000 in electronics from their home after one of them didn’t pay her for sexual acts.

A Day Before the Senate Runoff, David Dewhurst Visits Chick-fil-A

On the eve of the Republican runoff for U.S. Senate, the Lite Guv paid the chicken chain a visit.

10 Texan Olympians to Watch

The 2012 Summer Olympic Games kick off today, and our state will be well represented in London. Here are ten of the Texan athletes you should be watching.

A&M Conservative Group Releases Controversial Ad

The Texas Aggie Conservatives, a student organization well-versed in arousing political dialogue on A&M’s campus, released a recruitment ad last month that some consider racist.

Texas Performs Sixth Execution of 2012

Yokamon Hearn was also the first person in Texas to be executed with the new single-ingredient lethal formula, pentobarbital.

Man Allegedly Collects Dead Mother's Social Security for 26 Years

An investigation by the SSA found that a Conroe man has been cashing in on his deceased mother’s social security checks since 1984.

UT Professor Hacks Drone

With approval from the Department of Homeland Security, engineering professor Todd Humphreys and a group of students successfully hacked into a UAV’s GPS system.

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