If you're planning a Gulf of Mexico trip this summer, it might be worth the extra drive to visit South Texas instead of Louisiana.
As usual, the headlines are long on drama, short on context. ProPublica offers some help in understanding an issue that seems to have the country and its government on different pages.
Maps are fun, visual representations of data are more fun and talking about how Southerners are different from the rest of the country - that's the most fun of all.
Tonight's anniversary of an ugly moment in baseball history provides a reminder that the past isn't any more innocent than our own time.
The folks over at Slate decided to chart all the places mentioned in Bob Dylan's music, and of course, Texas is on the map.
Chagall: Beyond Color, on view at the Dallas Museum of Art through May 26, opened Feb. 17.
In Northeast Texas, the proposed Blacklands Turnpike resembles any other development project in that it has business leaders excited and affected landowners angry.