United States Department of State
“What is Texas?” asked Bart Hermer to a curly-headed smiling toddler, who turns around and looks up at him. “Home,” she responds. It’s the last video the North Texas dad says he took of his little girl, Alessia.
A new State Department report is the latest evidence that the long-delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada should be approved, supporters say.
A simple road trip to Mexico for an Arlington couple turned into a nightmare just after they crossed the border. The couple set out on the 1,000 mile drive to Leon, Mexico on Monday, packed into a truck with a week’s worth of luggage and gifts for their family.
When images of an earthquake-stricken Haiti flooded television screens in January, Dr. Ken Adams of Dallas couldn’t resist the urge to help. Almost a year later, though, he stands accused by a judge in Haiti of kidnapping a baby boy – the same charge that resulted in the arrest of a fellow volunteer earlier this week.