Will this be the year that the University of Texas Longhorns—the most talented college football team in the country—win their first national title since 1970? Yes. Hook ’em.
Ron Kirk may be this year’s most jovial political candidate, but his bid for the U.S. Senate is as much about race as personality. He knows it. His fellow Democrats know it. And you’d better believe the Republicans know it.
Children of all ages! Step right up and get to know a South Texas clan whose nomadic way of life is a link to the past.
Three former Texas first ladies dish about life in the Governor’s Mansion and share recipes that have served them well.
Staubach and Aikman, together at last. A Bum Phillips belly laugh. Jerry Levias, first and always. These and other heroes of Texas football, past and present, pose for a pigskin portfolio.
Kathy Hepinstall is one of four underappreciated Texas writers you should be reading this summer.
Free advice for the UT System’s new chancellor.
Dallas billionaire Sam Wyly is gearing up for another battle in his war with Computer Associates. This time he may have the firepower to win.
Right with his party, wrong with his religion: where God and government intersect for Rick Perry and Tony Sanchez.
After pursuing solo careers, the members of the Flatlanders have reunited and released the long-anticipated CD Now Again. Was it worth the wait?
What is the safest way to dispose of a diseased cow carcassand what does it have to do with the Ames strain of anthrax?