Who cares what it says on her résumé? Two things about the Dallas fitness guru are true: She’s lost a lot of weight, and she’s made a lot of money.
My summer on the Powter plan.
For five days, an octogenarian Wildman led a group of us through the New Mexico wilderness. Somehow we survived.
Did Kay Bailey Hutchison do what she’s accused of—or did Democratic Party officials hatch a conspiracy to get her?
Happy two-hundredth birthday, Stephen F. Austin. You were the Father of Texas—and more.
Tuff Hedeman was born in El Paso and raised on rodeo. Today he’s one of the best bull riders in the world.
Their surroundings may be impersonal and impermanent, but when it comes to their freedom, truckers are in the driver’s seat.
Hollywood on the Brazos? That’s how it seemed this year, when everyone from Clint Eastwood to Drew Barrymore set up shop in Texas.
The Dallas Museum of Art spent $55 million on a splendid new wing—and redefined itself in the process.
Ross Perot’s new book says free trade will wreck the country. But his solution would do more harm than good.
By speaking softly and carrying a custom made stick, san Antonio’s Vivian villarreal is breaking pro pool’s gender barrier.
The route to Mexico’s Real de Catorce is not for the faint of heart, but there is more than light at the end of the tunnel.