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They were some of the toughest narcs on the border, known for busting smugglers, staging raids, seizing cartel cocaine—and being dirty.
How a few gun rights activists hijacked the political debate over open carry.
Every day more than a thousand people move to the Lone Star State. Lucky enough to be a new arrival? This crash course will get you thinking, eating, and talking like a native in no time. (Lucky enough to already a native? You’ll be reminded of all the reasons to gloat.)
Our estimable advice columnist on pathological liars, missing knives, the difference between a Texan and a New Yorker turned Floridian turned Montanan, and why tequila is not—hic!—a vegetable.
In an era of drought, tight finances, and a shrinking water park market, how does Schlitterbahn keep getting bigger?
A keepsake taken from a fallen warrior’s body 135 years ago hasn’t lost its power.
Returning to El Paso and finding that you can’t go home again. Or maybe you can.
Roll over, Jake Owen, and tell Brett Eldredge the news: Maddie & Tae are fed up with Nashville’s “bro country” formula.
In Houston, a pair of activists discover that the same environmental battles get fought over and over.
iZombie rises from the dead.
What to hear, read, and watch this month to achieve maximum Texas cultural literacy.
James Baker says politics has changed since his White House days. For the worse.
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Out of the mud and into Houston’s melting pot.
Tree houses—they’re not just for kids anymore.
What happens when veterans of two of Austin’s finest Mexican and Thai restaurants try their hand at Mediterranean cuisine? Very delicious things.
From Proof + Pantry, Dallas.
A novice Austin jewelry maker catches Anthropologie’s eye.