Editorial | Opinion
Term limits answer to politics as usual
We don't know anyone who considers politics an esteemed profession. In public opinion polls, elected officials inhabit the bottom of the barrel along with news reporters who chronicle their activities.
Police-teen interaction training good idea
Lake Dallas firing clear as mud
Artificial reef project important to Gulf
Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico is a popular pastime for a growing number of recreational fishermen.
Love your heritage, but don’t hate others’
A rally at the Capitol in Austin last weekend raises anew the question, "When do demonstrations of racial and cultural heritage cross the line into racism?"
Smartphone addiction can amp up stress
A recent 60 Minutes broadcast explored the question of whether Americans suffer from addiction to their smartphones.
UNT-Dallas law school passes first big test
Now that it has gained preliminary accreditation by the American Bar Association, the University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law has survived its first major test. That's an enormous relief -- and a major achievement -- given the intentionally unorthodox mission and methods at play on its downtown campus.