For years, religious and political scholars have argued that a primary factor in the brutal Israel-Palestine strife has been the absence of a satellite Texas A&M campus. But now, A&M Chancellor John Sharp is stepping up to do something about it. The head of A&M told the Associated Press he wants to ... More >>
I'm not gonna lie, I miss Johnny Football. No, not Johnny Manziel, the risk taking, free wheeling beast of a quarterback that tortured SEC defenses last season to the tune of over 5,000 yards of total offense. We've heard rumblings of his existence at Texas A&M's practices, and I know someday (like ... More >>
You'll probably be paying more for your rib eyes and Whoppers thanks to the great Texas drought of 2011.
Rick Perry and Kay Bailey Hutchison are locked in a pitched battle over the soul of the GOP. They are also running for governor.
When Democrats try to impersonate Republicans, the results ain't pretty
Veteran Danburg tries to hang on against Wong in the new 134th District
Democrats get their ticket. But can they get the votes?
Desperately seeking Susan
If her capers as comptroller don't catch her, Carole Rylander is ready to ride the Internet to greater political fame
Does selling George W. Bush mean Mark McKinnon has sold out?
The Guv readies surplus handouts in a legislative lovefest
Former Bellaire High School student shakes things up in the Capitol
Republicans complete Texas political reconstruction
Civic, school and business leaders unite to try to pass a massive HISD bond election
Fat starting salaries! Hefty raises! HISD says its administrators deserve them.
Lockheed Martin's welfare-reform efforts have cost taxpayers across the country millions. So naturally, Lockheed Martin has been hired to train and find jobs for the poor in Houston and Harris County.
If you think your HMO is bad, check out what Texas has created for its prison inmates
In the battle to privatize welfare services in Texas, corporate bidders have enlisted some inside help
It has history, it has heritage. But does Wheatley High School have a real future?
State Comptroller John Sharp has suggested that HISD needs to fire more incompetent teachers. But as the case of Beverly Goodie shows, it's not that simple. Just how do you tell who's incompetent? And what happens when you try?
How one disgruntled reader got satisfaction from the Chronicle
Lottery operator Gtech was especially kind to the political friends of Texas Comptroller John Sharp. But when supervision of the company was moved from Sharp's office, the party was over.
Cisneros and Medlar conduct a seminar on realpolitik
Last year, a grand jury was told tales about Texas' junior senator. Here's what they heard.