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  • PASSINGS: Malcolm Oliver Perry II

    PASSINGS: Malcolm Oliver Perry II
    Malcolm Oliver Perry II First surgeon to treat JFK after shooting Dr. Malcolm Oliver Perry II, 80, who attended to President Kennedy at Parkland Memorial Hospital after he was shot in Dallas, died of lung cancer Saturday in Tyler, Texas, the...
  • A plot both wide and thick

    A plot both wide and thick
    ASTRIDE his horse, Benjamin Coates could gaze across 21,400 acres and see the sweep of his power reflected in nature. A riot of mesas and meadows laced with gurgling streams. Miles of chaparral and clusters of stately oaks. A mountain that Native...
  • Everything is bigger in Texas, including new Dallas arts venue

     
    The eyes of Texas will be upon the Big D next month during the opening of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, a $354-million complex for music, theater and dance. [Updated at 9:36 a.m. PDT, Sept. 15: The center will be renamed the AT&T Performing...
  • Eleanor knockoffs spark a knock-down, drag-out fight

    Eleanor knockoffs spark a knock-down, drag-out fight
    Almost 35 years have passed since a Ford Mustang named Eleanor tore up the streets of the South Bay in the cinematic crash-fest "Gone in 60 Seconds." The crudely crafted indie flick found a cult audience and inspired a 2000 big-budget sequel starring...
  • PlaceNotes lets you picture your trip

    Lighten up your load next time you travel domestically, with PlaceNotes travel cards, which make it easy to assemble your own page-by-page itinerary and leave the heavy guidebooks at home. Packaged in a 4- by-6-inch box, the cards carry photographs of...
  • Cathay Pacific Airways' 2008 All Asia Pass offers budget travel to Hong Kong, more cities

    The 2008 Cathay Pacific Airways All Asia Pass is out, offering a chance to visit Hong Kong and up to four additional destinations over 21 days for one price. The pass offers passengers roundtrip economy class travel from San Francisco, Los Angeles or New...
  • Selma, Alabama remembers a pivotal civil-rights moment

    Selma, Ala. The Rev. Frederick D. Reese was in a packed church, reading Scripture to the bruised and battered congregants, when the phone rang in the pastor's study. It was the evening of March 7, 1965 -- "Bloody Sunday" in Selma. Most of the 600...
  • 'Family of Secrets' by Russ Baker

    The tendency Richard Hofstadter so aptly labeled "the paranoid style" in American politics operates independent of ideology. "American politics has often been an arena for angry minds," the great historian wrote in a 1964 issue of Harper's magazine. He...
  • Lorene Rogers dies at 94; former University of Texas president

    Lorene L. Rogers, who served as president of the University of Texas in the 1970s and was believed to be the first woman to head a public university in the United States, died Jan. 11 at an assisted living facility in Dallas. She was 94. A niece, Donna...
  • A survival guide to American Airlines' flight cancellations

    So you were booked on an American Airlines flight and this week's reinspection fiasco has hung you up in the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Our condolences. On a normal day, DFW is the world's third-busiest airport. On a week like this one,...
  • Texas had no right to seize sect children, appellate court says

    Texas had no right to seize sect children, appellate court says
    Texas authorities had no right to take more than 400 children from a secluded polygamist compound last month because officials never proved that the children were in imminent danger, a state appeals court ruled Thursday. The ruling by the 3rd Court of...