Columnist Targets Rangers Baseball For Name Change Due To Law Agency's Racist Past: 'It Should Be An Intolerable Embarrassment To Fans'A Chicago columnist writes that Major League Baseball should force the team to change its name based on new revelations of racial injustice in the Texas Rangers law enforcement agency.
LULAC Demands Action From Lawmakers After Mass Shooting In El PasoThe nation's oldest Latino civil rights organization and some Democratic state lawmakers in Dallas want Governor Greg Abbott to call a special session on gun violence following the deadly rampage in El Paso.
Praise, Criticism For President Trump's Mexico Tariff Plan: 'It's Americans Who Are Going To Pay The Guacamole Tax'Unless Mexico acts, President Trump says tariffs on Mexican goods will continue to rise all the way up to 25% on October 1.
Organizers Call Mega March A Success Despite Smaller Turnout Than ExpectedEleven years ago half a million people marched for immigration reform in downtown Dallas. Sunday afternoon the crowd at this year's mega march was noticeably smaller.
'It Is Brexit...The Polls Again Were Wrong'The Democratic activist in Dallas said the polls undercounted Trump supporters in the Midwest.
Col. Allen West: 'If I Was Extremely Careless With Classified Information I'm Going To Fort Leavenworth'"If I was extremely careless with classified information, the first thing that happens to me is my clearance is revoked, then they start an investigation... If it's nefarious, I'm going to Fort Leavenworth," said Ret. Lt. Col. Allen West.
Two Dozen Rally After Grand Jury Clears Officer In Shooting DeathThey rallied Monday night, hours after officer Robert Clark was cleared by a grand jury in the shooting death of Ruben Garcia Villalpando.
Witness Comes Forward In Officer Involved ShootingAt a Thursday press conference, a female witness talked about what she saw the night of a deadly officer involved shooting in Grapevine.
Immigration Reform Impact On North TexasThere are more than one-point-one million people in Texas without legal status. Demographers estimate 400-thousand of them live in the North Texas area.
How The Latino Vote Impacted Texas And National ElectionsCampaign 2012 is over, but the lessons learned in this election will play a role for years to come.
Veasey Gets Nod For New U.S. House SeatState Rep. Marc Veasey has defeated Dallas activist Domingo Garcia for the Democratic nomination for the 33rd Congressional District.
Fighter Jets Separate Dems In U.S. House RaceThe two Democrats running for a new U.S. House seat in North Texas are split on a fighter plane program criticized by some as wasteful, but lauded by others for creating thousands of jobs.