Gov. Rick Perry will be traveling with his wife to London and Israel later this week to promote the Texas economy and businesses.
A Perry spokesman, Rich Parsons, told The Associated Press Friday that if the governor indicated he plans to take a trip to Israel, details will be announced “at the appropriate time.”
Mekel’s agent, Sam Porter, says the 6-foot-3 Mekel has agreed to join the Mavericks on a three-year deal with $2.3 million guaranteed. Free agents can’t sign until July 10.
Texas’ new U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz said Sunday that it’s difficult for him to imagine supporting former U.S. Sen. Chuck Hagel if he is nominated to the Pentagon’s top job.
Even though Israel is thousands of miles away, 200 people gathered at the Jewish Community Center in Dallas to show how close they are to the people of that country.
Gov. Rick Perry has written to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu saying he’s “deeply saddened” to see his country “once again under siege by Hamas forces firing rockets and mortars.”
Recent attacks in Israel have left more than 10 people dead and shattered hopes of a truce in the Middle East. A pastor from North Texas is in Tel Aviv amid the violence.
A major hit to the Texas Instruments workforce as the Dallas-based company announced plans to cut jobs Wednesday.
Romney won this debate in more ways than one – most impressively due to his dignified style.
The third and final presidential debate was not nearly as combative as their past encounter, but both Obama and Romney still threw political punches over Israel, Iran and the U.S. military.
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