The governor announced that he's rescinding orders restricting business operations and ending the statewide mask-mandate. "At this time ... people and businesses don't need the state telling them how to operate," he said.
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Republicans have structural advantages that are likely to keep them in power, even as voters fume over power and water outages.
The Marine Corps established Wounded Warrior Battalions to aid troops with the worst mental and physical injuries. But Marines in the battalions who are suicidal or suffer from PTSD can still be discharged for misconduct.
The decision includes books such as And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street and If I Ran the Zoo. They have been criticized for how they depict Asian and Black people.
Army leaders concede that a program designed to eliminate sexual harassment and abuse has not achieved its goal. So the 18th Airborne Corps held a "Shark Tank" type event for soldiers to present ideas to fix it.
This month, KERA is exploring the impact and legacy of Black churches on life in North Texas. Immerse yourself in stories, history and memories from across the region.
More vaccines are making their way to Texas, but not everyone's going to get vaccinated. Here's some of the information you'll need to know about the state's plan to distribute the vaccine.
"Gun Play," a new podcast from KERA and Guns & America, follows a Dallas youth theater company as they create an original play about guns during the deadliest year in U.S. history for school shootings.
Shingle Mountain is a more than 70,000-ton toxic waste dump recently removed from a mostly Black & Latino area of southeast Dallas. Read more about how it affected residents.
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