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There are two kinds of shitholes. One is physical. One is a state of mind. We all know which one President Donald Trump was... [Read More]
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Oprah Winfrey running for president isn't as crazy as it may have seemed a few years ago. As Rice University political science professor Mark Jones... [Read More]
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At a Mexican restaurant on Navigation in late December, the plates had just been cleared when a 43-year-old airplane technician reached out and shook the... [Read More]
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Being as there's no chimney at Betzabe Gomez's house in east Aldine, the 9-year-old sometimes jokes that Santa can just squeeze through the gaping hole... [Read More]
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Being as there's no chimney at Betzabe Gomez's house in east Aldine, the 9-year-old sometimes jokes that Santa can just squeeze through the gaping hole... [Read More]
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As a proud American and someone quite fond of free speech, I'm generally not a big fan of banning words. Reports that officials at the... [Read More]
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'Tis the season when hopeful college applicants across America begin checking their mailboxes with increasing anxiety, hoping for an envelope that is thick, not thin,... [Read More]
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One of the most gripping moments in Part 1 of the Chronicle's series examining Houston's epic flooding during Hurricane Harvey comes when Aaron Byrd, a... [Read More]
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Forget the lip service on flooding reforms after Hurricane Harvey. Where's the action? This is a question you'd expect a flooded homeowner to ask.... [Read More]
In a democracy, we get the leaders we deserve, right? That's what I remind myself as I watch the dismantling of this country's institutions, civility... [Read More]
Somebody had a good sense of humor, or maybe just an earnest wit, in selecting the music that played Tuesday after Texas House Speaker Joe... [Read More]
One word kept coming up as I walked from lawn to lawn in Harvey-stricken neighborhoods interviewing people whose worldly treasures sat rotting in the sun.... [Read More]
Anybody still blaming Harris County Judge Ed Emmett and other officials for not ordering a mass evacuation of millions in the days before Harvey made... [Read More]
No one welcomes a hurricane. But if we humans must endure calamity, it's a nice change of pace to have one we didn't create. ... [Read More]
A year ago today, two loving Houston foster mothers were told by Child Protective Services to pack the bags of the 3- and 4-year-old boys... [Read More]
You'd have given your left pinky toe to see your no-nonsense elementary school principal do the running man. Or to see your teachers dance... [Read More]
There are parts of Woodland Park - a serene, out-of-the-way tangle of trees and turtles and scampering rabbits in the heart of the Heights -... [Read More]
At a popular restaurant last week, two sociologists - both in dark suit coats, both professors at Rice University, both experts on demographics of Houston... [Read More]
Texas' foster care system needs more than new leadership Plenty of stomach-churning and tear-inducing findings fill the pages of U.S. District Judge Janis Graham... [Read More]
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