Linda Chavez: World is watching problems in Washington
I take no glee in the appointment of a special counsel to investigate whether the Trump campaign had ties to Russia -- and I say that as a consistent critic of Donald Trump's from the day he announced his quest for the presidency.
Letters to the editor, May 22
Steve Chapman: Wussification of baseball sometimes a good thing
Clarence Page: Is Putin the alt-right’s BFF?
President Donald Trump isn’t the only American leader with a puzzling fondness for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s regime.
Carine M. Feyten: We need more women leaders in public office
For more than a century, Texas Woman's University has proudly grown up in Denton, becoming the country's largest university primarily for women.
Jonah Goldberg: It’s time for Pence to take a stand
I hope you're holding up under the strain. I hope you don't mind me writing to you like this, but as one of those conservatives who was somewhat reassured by Donald Trump's decision to put you on the ticket, I feel compelled to ask: What's the endgame here?
Ross Ramsey: Patrick takes control of Texas legislative session
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick seems to have a better understanding of the House than House Speaker Joe Straus has of the Senate.
Toyota newcomers good for North Texas
To the first wave of what will eventually be thousands of newcomers from California making their way to Toyota's massive new headquarters in Plano
Bayou plan relies on natural materials
Paddle a canoe down Buffalo Bayou in Houston, and you'll encounter turtles sunning on logs and egrets hunting for minnows, but also sycamore and oak trees dipping low from banks covered in bags of concrete, heaps of rubble and bioengineered vegetation.