What began as a two-person blog in 2012 has grown into a nonprofit website that attracts a few hundred thousand readers each month.
KLRN-TV’s CEO Arthur Emerson made a mistake in preventing Texas Week host Rick Casey from sharing his “Last Word” commentary with viewers two Fridays ago.
Using the recent accreditation warnings to stall investment for the Alamo Colleges would be unfairly punitive and a senseless, self-inflicted wound.
Staying silent in the face of ill-conceived notions like slapping a 20% import tax on all goods crossing the border is a really bad strategy.
The majority of Texans would like to see a bridge rather than a wall that is estimated to cost $15-25 billion, assuming it can even be funded and built.
One measure of a well-designed bond is that it leaves everyone a bit unhappy with the outcome. No one gets everything they want.
By any measure, this island of 5.7 million people is a global city, only a half century old as a post-colonial outpost that won independence in 1965, and already is a world pace setter in many categories.
SINGAPORE — Belinda Charles has the résumé of an accomplished lifelong educator: former principal of two secondary schools and a junior college, and before that, vice principal of another junior college.
Some sports fans and commentators think the NFL’s best days are behind it, and that it will be unable to sustain its own growth and profit expectations.
Modern Singapore is rooted in the vision of the country’s first prime minister and its decades-long leader, Lee Kuan Yew. Today it is a vision realized.