Patricia Hart -- DUPE
No one thinks the Democrats have a chance of winning the 2006 governor’s race. Which is exactly why you shouldn’t write them off.
A few lawmakers in both parties distinguished themselves during one of the worst sessions anyone can remember. As for the rest? Well, in the words of Jon Stewart, that famous observer of Texas politics: not so much.
The state agency that’s supposed to protect you is a captive of the industry you need protection from.
The most powerful Texas congressman you’ve never heard of. And a partisan hack. And a bipartisan pragmatist.
A pernicious staph infection is targeting athletes young and old—and igniting a debate over the hazards of artificial turf.
In 2006 Texas schools still can’t teach English to Spanish-speaking students. Here’s what we should do about that—now.
There is no more important job than reshaping the military to confront a dark and dangerous future—and Pete Geren is reporting for duty.
A unique confluence of medicine, money, and politics is driving health care costs in the Rio Grande Valley. At the center of it all is a Democrat from Palmview, who is already under indictment for unreported income.
Why does our health insurance system treat a small part of the Rio Grande Valley differently from the rest of the state?
How cuts to the budget of our mental health care system have created a nightmare for police officers in Houston—and everywhere else.