While the United States decides their fate, asylum seekers sit in immigration detention.
HISD didn't just absorb North Forest out of the goodness of its heart. There's some real benefits in the acquisition to the mega district and its superintendent. Hopefully for the kids as well.
As another season begins, MLB faces an unsustainable future - and you're picking up the tab.
Puffed up, plucked and ready for roasting, here's this year's best of the worst.
Antonia Rivas did her job in HISD until she died. Now her children want some notice to be paid.
Foodways Texas is among our three winning arts groups.
Rush Hour 3 director Brett Ratner has been called a fauxteur, a womanizer and, worse, over budget. Why you should take him seriously anyway.
In Good Company is wonderfully funny, a bit sad and unmistakably real
At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy
Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously
Uncle George's nephew finds what he never knew at Rice: Latino causes
With the world premiere of Fucking A, Infernal Bridegroom Productions may have outgrown its seedy past, but it hasn't forgotten it
Houstonian James Doyle helps reclaim a neglected Broadway version of The Wizard of Oz that predates the MGM musical by 37 years
Charter school scandals are teaching Texas a hard lesson -- one the state should have known fouryears and $77 million ago
Almost 25 years ago, graphics man Alan Berrent took Hustler "into the pink." Before he dies, he wants to make amends.
Infernal Bridegroom tries to prove it's as original as its reputation
In his 14 years as Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Peter Marzio has increased the MFA's endowment tenfold, tripled MFA Membership and gotten it started on a huge new home. He hasn't done badly for himself, either.
Headline:The Case Against Hurwitz In one of the last big S&L cases from the '80s, two federal agencies are pursuing Charles Hurwitz over the failure of united Savings. And for once, Hurwitz may have no place to hide.
Out of the Bars