The stories, the traditions, and the deeper meanings of the boots in their lives.
Lily Adams was introduced to the country by her grandmother during Richards’s 1988 speech to the Democratic National Convention.
From a sophisticated thriller to a vulnerable memoir to imaginative short stories, Texas authors recommend their favorite books from 2018.
On our latest podcast, Andy Langer speaks with newly former president of Planned Parenthood and self-avowed troublemaker Cecile Richards.
The Texan talks about Donald Trump and Clayton Williams, growing up in the Richards household, and what comes after being president of Planned Parenthood.
The executive director of Planned Parenthood and daughter of former governor Ann Richards talks with 'Texas Monthly' at SXSW.
The state's top offerings, from short-story readings set to Edward Hopper's works of art in Dallas to a concert by eighties queen Molly Ringwald in Lake Jackson.
Cecile Richards on abortion, women in office, and how Wendy Davis is different from her mom.
It was inevitable, and now it's official: The abortion law that passed during the special session is officially the subject of a lawsuit.
The president of Planned Parenthood and daughter of Texas Governor Ann Richards drew forty seconds of sustained applause when she mentioned her late mother.
Ron Paul and Cecile Richards were named among the most influential people in the world.
Austin chef Sonya Coté, executive chef of Hillside Farmacy and former chef of East Side Show Room, has been named one of Marie Claire’s “Women on Top,” an award that celebrates women under forty who are creatively reinventing their industries. Coté earned the distinguished honor for her valiant support of…
Read this National Magazine Award-winning story about how the Legislature slashed funding for women’s health programs in 2011 and launched an all-out war on Planned Parenthood that has dramatically changed the state’s priorities. The battle continues raging, and the stakes could not be higher.
But is it enough to calm the waters?
AS IF TEXAS Democrats didn’t have enough trouble, the state party is losing one chairman (incumbent Bill White) and not getting another (uncandidate Cecile Richards, daughter of Ann) because both wanted to spend more time with their families. White, who describes himself as “not all that partisan—I prefer to find…