It was twenty years ago today (as the Beatles might say) that a crazed religious kook sparked a debacle of a federal-government raid that left 83vdead, including 28 children. Arguments have raged endlessly since that Waco raid, with a hard core of people saying the blame for the deaths sits squarel ... More >>
The OnionThirty years ago today, Bob Marley passed away from cancer at the young age of 36. According to one joke, it took three days to bury him because his coffin kept jammin'. Bada bum. That's not even our favorite. Earlier this year, Dan Turner, press secretary to Mississippi Governor an ... More >>
The ugliness!! It BURNS!!!!Texas Tech, that bastion of Americanism way out there in Lubbock, has done it again.This time they're not protesting a statue that allegedly features Commies and lesbians, nor are they linking tattoos to social deviance.This time, they're saying liberals hate Sarah Pali ... More >>
Janet Napolitanos sorry service in Arizona makes her a terrible choice for Homeland Security secretary.
Another SNL vet may be the next Bill Murray. Seriously.
Toyya Braskey lives with 100 cats. They are her life. Now the city says they have to go.
Positions open as top Paige deputies depart on the Northbound Train
The Chron's annual fight against "smut" is on again
Some schools won't hear of intolerance; others just don't want to listen
Arms dealer-turned-gadfly Al Johnson thinks everyone's out to get him. He's right
County jail counts strip Hispanics of their ethnicity
Deena Nichols organized everything in her life. And when life spun out of control, she organized her death.
Will the "temp" United States Attorney exile dissidents to the border?
Brown rushed in where Lanier feared to tread
Singing (and Stinging) in the rain
Talk radio's Rob Thorn warns of the New World Order and impending apocalypse. The Texas Constitutional Militia is listening.
Is Steve Stockman a committed crackpot, or just a hapless goofball?
How two Houston lawyers would have represented the most hated man in America
In the Kingdom of Bob, lawyer Joe B. Allen is the prime minister of vested interests
Did the U.S. government spend $2 million just to nail little guys like David Proctor?
Congressional attempts to ax TV violence may put the First Amendment under the gun