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Army Sergeant Replaces Desecrated FlagsWhen homeowners in a patriotic Richardson neighborhood woke up on July 5, they found what many described as America at its worst. Days later, an Army Sergeant helped them see it at its best.
Abe Lincoln's Texas Link Changed His Reputation ForeverMost Americans enjoying the day off Monday may not be taking time to remember the two men President's Day is intended to honor: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
Lawmakers Defiant Over Federal Clean Air RuleTexas lawmakers have slammed the EPA over a new pollution rule they say will cause electricity shortages and cost hundreds of jobs. But it appears they are ignoring the agency's attempts to work closely with energy providers to prevent problems.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates Speaks At UNTFormer defense secretary Robert Gates told a crowd at UNT on Wednesday that Congress must not ask for more defense cuts.
North Texas Muslims React To Bin Laden's Death Since September 11, 2001, many Muslims in America have denounced Osama bin Laden's terrorism. Sunday night’s announcement that U.S. forces had killed him and are in custody of his body has left many of the Muslim faith throughout North Texas in glad spirits Monday.
Slain Soldier's Parents Not Jubilant After Bin Laden's DeathThe parents of a Frisco soldier killed in Afghanistan say there was no cheering or jubilation in their home upon hearing the news of Osama bin Laden’s death.