After all the back and forth criticism between Governor Perry and The White House, the Governor got what he wanted Wednesday: a one on one meeting with President Obama.
NBA owners discussed Donald Sterling’s CNN interview and the plans to terminate his ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers in the third meeting of the advisory/finance committee.
The suicide of a Spence Middle School student in December followed by what the Dallas ISD said were other “possible suicide attempts” has promoted the school to hold a parents meeting.
The debate over the Christian concept of Calvinism is about 500 years old. That’s not stopping it from causing division in the nation’s largest Protestant denomination.
Next week Boy Scouts of America leaders are expected to vote on changing the policy that excludes gay members and leaders. In anticipation of the vote and upcoming conference, two protests are being held today in North Texas.
The NHL and the players’ association are returning to the bargaining table Tuesday, hoping momentum generated over the weekend can lead to a long-awaited labor deal.
The Dallas U.S. Postal Service mail processing center could soon be closing. A public meeting is being held Wednesday night to discuss the plan that would consolidate the Dallas operation with the mail processing center in Fort Worth.
Federal Reserve officials signaled at their August meeting that they would consider going beyond a modest program to purchase government debt if necessary to boost the economy.
Governor Perry says he would be happy to meet with the President to talk about border security at any time.