Cowboys Zeke: 'Bad Decision' To Visit Seattle Pot Shop Rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott has apologized to the Cowboys for his stroll through a legal marijuana shop while in Seattle last week, and on Monday addressed the “bad decision’’ for the benefit of Cowboys Nation.
House GOP Chairman Threatens More Action On Climate ProbeTexas GOP Rep. Lamar Smith said he was disappointed that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey refused to comply with subpoenas he issued two weeks ago.
Detectives Need Help Finding Missing Mother And SonDetectives in Seattle, WA are looking for a 32-year-old mother and her 3-year-old son who were recently in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Legislation Introduced To Combat Zika VirusU.S. Senator John Cornyn introduced a legislation Friday that provides funding and resources to combat the Zika virus in Texas and across the country.
Barrios Nets 2, FC Dallas Cruises To 3-0 Win Over UnitedMichael Barrios scored his first two goals of the season Saturday to help FC Dallas beat D.C. United 3-0.
Google To Begin Testing Self-Driving Cars In WashingtonGoogle says it will begin testing its self-driving cars in Kirkland, Washington.
Washington Takes On Southern Miss In Heart Of Dallas BowlWashington (6-6, Pac-12) vs. Southern Miss (9-4, Conference USA), 2:20 p.m.
TCU Run Over By Washington, 92-67TCU (4-4) dressed only 10 players with its top two players -- Kenrich Williams and Chris Washburn -- out with injuries
Cowboys Fan Attacked After Redskins Loss; 2 ArrestedTwo people were arrested and a knife was recovered after a violent confrontation between fans caught on video inside FedEx Field during the Washington Redskins loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football.
Chipotle's Food Tracking Vow Put To TestChipotle closed 43 locations after health officials alerted the company to a growing number of E. coli cases.
Pope Prepares For Historic Address To CongressPope Francis is about to become the first pontiff in history to speak to a joint meeting of Congress.
3 Texas Army Posts To Lose Almost 5,000 SoldiersThree Army posts in Texas will lose almost 5,000 troops over the next two budget years under a newly announced Army cost-saving plan aimed at reducing its active-duty force by 40,000 troops.

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