A man was murdered 51 years ago, but the nation that has come up in the decades since remains transfixed by his death.
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Little known outside the halls of Texas government, Daniel Hodge, 36, has spent his entire professional career working for Greg Abbott. In so doing, he has become one of state government's more powerful behind-the-scenes figures.
After wrangling over the proper definition of jihad and the influence of Moses on the Founding Fathers, the State Board of Education’s initial vote on new social studies textbooks was ultimately derailed by Common Core.
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Iran nuclear deal extension could embolden agreement critics in Washington and Tehran