Children ages 5 to 11 can now receive vaccination against COVID-19. On Tuesday, November 2, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky signed off on a recommendation […]
Texas Governor Calls Books ‘Pornography’ in Latest Effort to Remove LGBTQ Titles from School Libraries
(CNN) — Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, called on the state’s school boards to remove books he described as “pornography,” a move that comes after at least two state […]
Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues Biden Administration over new COVID-19 Vaccination Rules for big Businesses
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued the Biden administration on Friday over new federal COVID-19 vaccine rules announced the day before, which order big businesses to mandate vaccination against the virus […]
Election Results in Dallas: What Was On Our Ballot This Year?
The Texas Constitutional Amendment took place November 2, with eight propositions up for a vote on the ballot.
Texas Sues the Biden Administration over Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
Attorney General Ken Paxton, on behalf of the state, sued the Biden administration on Friday over its coronavirus vaccine mandate for federal contractors. The federal requirement, which is set to take […]
Overturning Roe Could Mean Women Seeking Abortions Have to Travel Hundreds of Miles
(CNN) — A Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade could bring abortion bans to as many as half the states in the country already poised to prohibit the procedure. Such […]
Dave Chappelle’s Transphobic Comments Spark Controversy
Words By Steven Monacelli Dave Chappelle cemented his name in comedy over a decade and a half ago with his television hit, The Chappelle Show, which made waves for its […]
Black Councilmembers Save Funding for COVID-19 Awareness Campaigns
Words By Steven Monacelli As the COVID-19 delta variant continues to drive high case numbers and hospitalization rates across North Texas, Dallas City Council has decided to allocate hundreds of […]
Texans Are Fighting Voter Restriction, but Will They Win?
Words By Brianna Patt The lawsuits being levied against Texas Governor Greg Abbott may not be going in the direction you think. On Sept. 7, Abbott signed Senate Bill 1, […]
In Memoriam: Eva Partee McMillan (1921-2021)
Eva Partee McMillan was born May 7, 1921, five minutes before her twin sister, Neva Partee, to Joseph Chavis Lee Partee and Mary Rebecca Sowell Partee in Bradford, Tennessee. They […]