Readers respond to the August 2016 issue.
Plus: Texas tries to clog Obama’s transgender bathroom mandate, yet another attempt to regulate abortion clinics, and Texas doctors accused of sexually abusing patients avoid facing serious punishment.
Are the legendary lawmen necessary? Yes, but their inability to grapple with the modern world threatens to make them irrelevant.
I never knew my father, a decorated World War II pilot who died before I was born. But a trek at age 67 to the site where his airplane crashed brought me closer to him than I’d ever dared hope.
The Lonesome Dove Trail and Reunion in Fort Worth brought together cast and crew, who waxed nostalgic on the seminal series and the book that inspired it.
My family and their hometown helped change LBJ’s views on equal rights. Did his later policies change the reality for those in South Texas?
Your guide to the Texas-based directors and plots appearing at this year's SXSW Film conference.
The pioneers who came to tame the West met their match in the land of Giant.
MBAs Across America CEO and co-founder Casey Gerald explains why it’s hard to change the world.
Officials at an El Paso hospital are scrambling after exposing more than 700 babies to TB, and Charles Whitman's rifle is up for sale.