Michael McManus was one of thousands of men and women who embellish their military service. But his story casts a different light on stolen valor.
Articles by Lauren Caruba
Nov 21, 2014 — By Lauren Caruba
Buddy hopped aboard the ambulance his owner was riding in to make sure his human was okay.
Nov 6, 2014 — By Lauren Caruba
A troubling new report by NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth found dozens of schools have been relying on small “recovery rooms” in order to deescalate students with disabilities or behavioral issues.
Nov 4, 2014 — By Lauren Caruba
Happy Election Day, Texas! Every election cycle inevitably brings a round of endorsements from the major newspapers across the state, and examining their breakdown can help put the races into better perspective. As Texans head to the polls today (or fail to, if you consider these poor early voting…
Oct 7, 2014 — By Lauren Caruba
With the Supreme Court’s decision, Texas has never been closer to recognizing same-sex marriage.
Get Texas Monthly. Daily.
Schlitterbahn’s Tragic Slide
July 20, 2018 — By Skip Hollandsworth
Brian Brushwood on the Difference Between Magic and a Good Old-Fashioned Con
July 20, 2018 — By Andy Langer
Why Dust From the Sahara Is Covering the Texas Sky
July 17, 2018 — By Doyin Oyeniyi