Bart Layton's documentary, The Imposter, recounts the story of a missing San Antonio child who was later found in Spain. Or was he?
Curious about the reading habits of Evan Smith, CEO and editor-in-chief of The Texas Tribune? Read on.
David Hanners, the Dallas Morning News reporter who broke the Kerry Max Cook story in 1988, says the DA's office shifted its stance on the one piece of evidence that could exonerate Cook.
Photos of five Texas news stories that captured the nation's attention this month.
Houston returns to the top of a Men's Fitness survey that also includes El Paso, Arlington, and Dallas.
Did Michael Berry, a Houston radio host and former city councilman, leave the scene of minor accident because he didn't want it known that he was at a gay bar?
After an angry Laredo transplant uploaded a hateful YouTube video blasting the city, Jack Strunk, a former Laredoan, posted his own video defending the border town. Now, he's being given the keys to the city.
First released on YouTube over the summer, a Chipotle ad featuring Willie Nelson's version of "The Scientist" was one of the better performances of the night.
Curious about the reading habits of Austin-based NPR correspondent John Burnett? Read on.
Our politically correct, high-tech, hipster-laden, breakfast taco-loving, street-mispronouncing capital city is a late addition to the meme.
Ten pictures of the moments and themes that defined this year.
From (HB) 1 to ($)15.2 billion, we revisit a few of the state's biggest stories in 2011 by examining the numbers.
When it comes to courtroom drama, Texas never disappoints, and this year was no exception.
Whether you’re enjoying icy oysters on a cold, winter night or you’re sitting through another relative’s diatribe about the economy, we’ll give you something to talk about.
With Governor Rick Perry's campaign sputtering, the Texas media's political reporters will soon have to resume normal programming.
Jacob Isom went from being an obscure skateboarder living in Amarillo to being a worldwide celebrity about as fast as you can say “Dude, you have no Quran!” Katy Vine talks about YouTube, entertainment news, and being thrust into the limelight.
Is Survivor’s Colby Donaldson for real? Over lunch, the last old-fashioned Texas man talks about why he threw the game and what he’ll do next.
Conspiring minds want to know …
Does the country’s most popular conspiracy talk radio host really believe that 9/11 was an inside job? That global warming is a plot cooked up by the World Bank? That an elite cabal wants to kill most of the people on the planet (including you)? Two million listeners think so—and
Blackie Sherrod probably hates the word "retired," but that's what he is nowand newspaper readers across Texas are the poorer for it.
Welcome to the new Texas Monthly.
The Texas songbird strikes a disturbingly dark tone in the video for "Miriam."
Posting will be light at the TM Daily Post this week. But you'll still find us at TexasMonthly.com and on Twitter and Facebook.
What was Texas talking about this week? Texas A&M's new biosecurity center, Ron Paul's chances at a VP nomination, Cruz and Dew's debate, and how far the Dallas Stars will travel next year.
We're enjoying our holiday weekend. Hope you enjoy yours.
Marc Ostrofsky, who wrote Get Rich Click!, estimates he'll spend $1.5 million on private college tuiton to educate his five daughters and stepdaughters.
Jason Embry left the Austin American-Statesman to serve as Joe Straus's press secretary. But moving from political journalist to political flack is not unprecedented. Here are ten other Texas journalists who have made the jump.
Students at Cypress Ranch High School wrote and performed the song “Who Do U Think U R,” filming a music video that has already received nearly 50,000 hits on YouTube.
UPDATED: The Daily Texan editorial board issues a statement apologizing for Stephanie Eisner's cartoon. It also says that Eisner no longer works for the paper.
"News 8 Daybreak" sits down with Aldridge and TEXAS MONTHLY contributor Jason Sheeler, who profiles her in the April issue.
Dean Terry of the University of Texas at Dallas has invented "EnemyGraph," a new Facebook app for things you hate.
The controversial marketing and charity campaign caught the attention of the Daily Show host, who said it used “vulnerable members of society as objects.”