CDC needs funds to detect new dangers
Pick any of the serious infectious-disease outbreaks of recent years, and the chances are it started in one country and spread to others.
Letters to the editor, February 19
Hugs & Shrugs: Politics, the Alamo, parenting after Parkland
Petula Dvorak: Woman helps out frightened versions of self
On many days in the shiny, sleek law office -- in her sharp suit and sweeping view of Washington -- she revisits all the horrors most people would want to forget:
Kathleen Parker: Russians ramp up cyberantics
WASHINGTON -- If you want to know whether Democrats will take back the House and/or Senate in November, just ask Russia.
Ramesh Ponnuru: Trump’s vow to hire ‘best people’ not working
Let's take a quick look at five stories about the Donald Trump administration from the last few days:
Aaron Blake: Sen. Warren speaks about real ‘Pocahontas’
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., did her best Wednesday to turn her biggest political liability into a rallying cry against President Donald Trump. And it's difficult not to see it as a test run for a 2020 presidential campaign.
Debt-free alternative to student loans good
With Americans owing more than $1.3 trillion in federal student-loan debt, some places are offering students an alternative: Pay us nothing up front, but give us a percentage of your future income.
Keep Gainesville State School open
Bike-share firms need regulation
Groups help bring new firm to city
The Denton Chamber of Commerce and the city of Denton work quietly behind the scenes to attract new businesses to the city. The goal is to create good-paying jobs for Denton-area workers.