They say the true gauge of what a person is really like is what they do when no one is watching. Public Justin Bieber is a colossal douche bag, on this there can be no debate. And with television, social media, and the internet, the fact of the matter is Justin Bieber rarely has a moment that we ne ... More >>
Since breaking yesterday, Arian Foster-Brittany Norwood affair/pregnancy/abortion pressure/restraining order/reality TV show drama has grown legs quickly. When we all woke up Monday morning, we all thought that Arian Foster was a happily married, faithful father of two, recovering from back surgery ... More >>
Sports is big money, and for every $100 million contract where a team sees a return on their investment and then some, it feels like there's five where a team walks away with some serious buyer's remorse if not right after the signing, certainly by the time the contract has played itself out. Of th ... More >>
From cash-hungry strippers to protesters dressed as vaginas.
Two yogis battle over the fate of a tradition (and a very large pile of money).
It's the unwritten rule in rap: never apologize. Offering apology in hip-hop is a sign of weakness and rappers simply can't appear weak, no matter what. Sorry, that's just the way it is. Yet, every now and then we'll see a rapper apologize for stepping out of line. Earlier this week, Paul Wa ... More >>
Keith AllisonThe mystery of whether or not Michael Vick would be picked up by an NFL team was solved pretty handily last week, when the Philadelphia Eagles signed him as a backup for Donovan McNabb. The Eagles were able to look past Vick's history of...questionable behavior because they need a re ... More >>
An SMU biologist searches to unlock the secrets to the fountain of youth
We pass on a bit of luck to the recipients of our first creativity awards
Langella and Sheen capture a summit of egos as Frost/Nixon goes from stage to screen
The Kid Care story fizzles to a finish
She was always more than what she seemed
A septuagenarian creates evocative art from cast-off objects
Alex Gibney expertly captures the lies and fall of Enron
The new tough-talking probation director has ousted aides, but can he improve services?
Dillard's may dominate advertising -- and be all but absent from news headlines
Shopping spree for your first apartment: $2,500
Spring break in Cabo: $1,000
Avoiding college credit card debt: priceless
Texas's greatest living songwriter signs with a Houston indie label
The same extreme measures that saved Sidney Miller at birth also severely disabled her 11 years ago. Texas courts are still trying to determine who should pay for it -- and could set a legal precedent in the process.
Diverting streams into the Brazos and Posh Amenity lakes has been great for fancy Fort Bend developments. But it's killing Oyster Creek, the lifeblood for legendary Texas cattle ranchers.
Michael Moore gets out of his La-Z-Boy to find The Awful Truth
Judge Ted Poe's shame-based punishments have brought him fame and the D.A.'s job...if he wants it
Is Elton Bomer the bully who's needed to help colonias -- or just another political grandstander?
Three stories of taxman terror
Michael Moore's liberal heart is in the right place. But what about his head?
When their daughter was ten months old, Julie and Greg Yount learned that she was profoundly deaf -- a diagnosis that forced them to confront profound questions of culture and identity
Did Teresa Rodriguez and her well-heeled investors deserve one another?