Workers Start Removing Base Where Robert E. Lee Statue Once StoodWorkers are removing the granite base -- or plinth -- where the statue of Robert E Lee was previously installed at Oak Lawn Park.
Groups Using Super Bowl In Push Against Confederate StatuesA coalition of civil rights groups in Atlanta is using this year's Super Bowl to help kick off a renewed "war on the Confederacy," in a fight to remove Confederate monuments around the nation.
Texas Board Rejects Confederate Group's Latest License PlateThe plate was backed by Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, who said "there's no profit in hiding our history."
Texas Board Of Education Votes To Restore Lessons On Clinton, KellerThe Texas Board of Education preliminarily voted Tuesday night to restore Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller to the state's history curriculum.
Neil Armstrong's Family To Auction Off Personal ArtifactsFlight enthusiasts will soon get a chance to buy items from astronaut Neil Armstrong's personal collection of artifacts.
World's Oldest Cheese Discovered In Egyptian TombIt looks like one Egyptian took a snack with him after archeologists say they've discovered the world's oldest piece of cheese in an ancient tomb.
Neil Armstrong Collection Up For Grabs By Dallas-Based Auction HouseAdmirers of Neil Armstrong and space exploration have a chance to own artifacts that belonged to the the first human to walk on the moon.
Trump To Rescind Obama-Era Guidance On Affirmative ActionThe Trump administration is moving to rescind Obama-era guidance that encouraged schools to take a person's race into account to encourage diversity in admissions, a U.S. official said Tuesday.
Lincoln Foundation's Marilyn Monroe Little Black Dress Dress Sells For $50KThe Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation's unusual ownership of a black dress once belonging to movie star Marilyn Monroe is ending as it sold over the weekend for $50,000.
The Beat Goes On: Texas Musicians Museum RelocatingThe popular Texas Musicians Museum in Irving will close its doors this week and move out.
Council Votes To Remove Confederate Leaders' Names From 2 Austin RoadsThe City Council voted Thursday to change the names of Robert E. Lee Road and Jeff Davis Avenue.
Texas OKs Mexican-American Studies Curriculum Under New NameThe Texas Board of Education on Wednesday gave preliminary approval to creating statewide academic standards for a Mexican-American studies high school course — but only after changing the name to "ethnic studies," which conservatives argued is less alienating for other groups of people.