Editorial | Opinion
Lawmakers continue to fail students
How long can Texas remain a good place to raise children if its leaders continue to let slide its commitment to education and to allow the consequences of its irresponsibility to continue piling up?
U.S. must counter Russian intrusions
We must not forget the Holocaust
Farenthold should repay taxpayer money
We are beginning to get a clearer picture of why Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas, suddenly resigned his seat after months of insisting he would complete his term. The House Ethics Committee was about to lay bare some of the sordid details of his misconduct in office.
Take steps to improve Texas maternal health
Here's a headline worth repeating: Texas does not have the worst maternal mortality rate in the developed world.
FDA plans could save millions of lives
While Washington focused on the continuing upheaval in the White House, the Food and Drug Administration last month made a little-heralded announcement that will likely prove to be much more far-reaching.
Work harder against global warming
The fight against global warming is not hopeless. But the world must work harder. That is the upshot from a new report on the world's energy use and emissions, which shows that modern economies can cut their addiction to carbon dioxide but that the pace must pick up.
Sentence excessive in voter fraud case
Crystal Mason should not have voted in the 2016 presidential election.