Col. Anthony Butler strutted like a peacock out of the White House on Aug. 7, 1829 with a seven-figure line of credit and secret orders to make the Mexicans an
My wife’s frantic declaration on the phone last week caught me off guard. She’s a cat person. So many creative responses were beckoning, I struggled to choose the right one.
AUSTIN — A special interim committee of state lawmakers met July 24 at the Texas Capitol to further explore what can be done to prevent mass shootings like the one
A century ago this week on Jul. 27, 1918, Texas Democrats had one and only one choice for United States Senator – the incumbent, Morris Sheppard. Joseph Weldon Bailey ended
If you’re a single woman, most of your financial challenges and aspirations may resemble those of single men. Men and women face the same economic stress factors of modern life,