At the state capitol, where talk of concealed weapons consumes us still, emotion is winning the day.
Are gun sellers responsible for gun deaths? Gun store owners and gun show promoters each say no, but that may be all they agree on.
When burglars targeted my Dallas business for repreated break-ins, I felt violated—and I fought back.
We asked twenty famous Texans: Will you carry a gun?
Should Hollywood remake Giant? On the fortieeth anniversary of the filming of the Texas epic, we imagine Brad Pitt playing jett Rink’s grandson, Quentin Tarantino directing, and other scary scenarios.
A complete guide to the coolest stretch of the Guadalupe: 22 miles of tubing, rafting, and all-around fun in the sun.
In 1990 the state banned the use of dogs to hunt deer. Ever since, a rogue group of East Texas hunters has exacted a fiery revenge.
When Selena Quintanilla Perez was killed on March 31, Texas mourned—and around the world, the veneration began.
In his memoirs, archconservative state GOP chair Tom Pauken refights the cultural wars of the sixties—and loses.
Jennifer Harbury’s career as a lawyer in Texas was the prelude to her front-page fight with the U.S. intelligence community.
New York fireman Bill Groneman is disputing a critical piece of Alamo lore—and historians everywhere are burning mad.
Want to golf this summer on three of the best-designed, least expensive courses in the world? Swing on down to los cabos, mexico.
Ron Kirk is ready to be Dallas’ first black mayor. But is Dallas ready for him?
Citizens groups in Corpus Christi blame pollution for high cance rates—but they must prove it.
If you plan to pack heat, you’ll have to go to school first. Here’s what you’re in for.