"Frontline" is at it again, conducting an in-depth examination of a tragic contemporary issue.
The nation just noted the 71st anniversary of the largest amphibious invasion in world history: the landing of Allied forces on Normandy.
If they finish their sentences and comply with any terms of parole, Texans convicted on felony drug charges soon will be able to receive food stamps, though another strike will put them back under a lifetime ban.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush enters the 2016 presidential race with perhaps more ties to Texas than any other candidate in the field besides the two who live here: former Gov. Rick Perry and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz.
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