McGraw-Hill's choice to use the word "workers" to describe slaves in their World History textbook is an attempt to write history in pencil — light and easily erasable.
When I was 14, I was convicted of murder. The sentence? Twelve years in lock-up. But this isn’t going to be one of those op-eds about a broken juvenile justice system. Texas’ system saved my life.
Texas Democrats are beckoning Joe Biden to become the vice president of the Democratic primary contest. Once again, they don’t want him in charge, but they want to keep him handy in case of an emergency.
Republican voters have a number of capable, experienced presidential candidates to choose from. But when my former boss Rick Perry dropped out, I had a choice to make — and I chose Jeb Bush.
Much of what we take for granted in our daily lives is shipped by freight rail. And those same railcars could be sitting idle by Jan. 1 if Congress keeps playing a waiting game.
Based on consumer complaints in Texas and throughout the nation, it’s clear that surprise medical billing — what’s known as “balance billing” — is not uncommon.
Texas continues to experience dynamic growth, especially among Latinos. With this dramatic change come new and complex issues related to health care and access disparities.
Calling for or even considering a federal government shutdown over the issue of defunding Planned Parenthood is a strategy that never would have worked. Better options exist for achieving success, like those we’ve taken in Texas.