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Radical community activist targets home of Texas trooper involved in Sandra Bland case

Radical community activist targets home of Texas trooper involved in Sandra Bland case

Quanell X, who has been associated with the Nation of Islam and the New Black Panther Party, led protesters outside the home of Trooper Brian Encinia.

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Border Patrol boycotts Donald Trump's visit to Laredo TX

Border Patrol boycotts Donald Trump's visit to Laredo TX

In 2004, Trump said that the U.S. economy does better during Democratic administrations.

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Sen. Sanders condemns 'outrageous' deadly arrest of Texas black woman

Sen. Sanders condemns 'outrageous' deadly arrest of Texas black woman

The FBI is now aiding the investigation into the circumstances of the death of Sandra Bland in police custody.

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Texas officer gets death threats, hides

Texas officer gets death threats, hides

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Phil Collins' Alamo artifacts to be housed at the Alamo

Phil Collins' Alamo artifacts to be housed at the Alamo

With a life-long passion of Texas Revolutionary history, Collins became the world's largest collector of Alamo artifacts.

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One Islam is like another

One Islam is like another

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No role for absolutism in a free society

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Texas Republican releases statement on Jade Helm 15 war games

Texas Republican releases statement on Jade Helm 15 war games

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Texas jury refuses to indict cops who killed mentally insane man

Texas jury refuses to indict cops who killed mentally insane man

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Black Republican voices concern over terrorist threat

Black Republican voices concern over terrorist threat

Rep. Will Hurd is first black GOP Congressman in Texas since Reconstruction. A former CIA officer and cybersecurity expert, he says Americans should be worried about computer security and the social media campaign by the Islamic State.

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New audio of deadly arrest of college student

New audio of deadly arrest of college student

Family says autopsy shows drunk student was shot in the back by police officer.

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Questions about Sen. Cruz presidential eligibility

Questions about Sen. Cruz presidential eligibility

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Texas mom arrested in connection to death of son's prom date

Texas mom arrested in connection to death of son's prom date

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Jimmy Kimmel supports Austin video store

Jimmy Kimmel supports Austin video store

Creates three commercials with Matt McConaughey.

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Rick Perry at CPAC: It's time to hear the truth

Rick Perry at CPAC: It's time to hear the truth

The unemployment rate is a sham, said Gov. Rick Perry.

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Outspoken Sheila Jackson Lee refuses to speak about Grammys

Outspoken Sheila Jackson Lee refuses to speak about Grammys

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Confessed murderer on bail, immediately kills again

Confessed murderer on bail, immediately kills again

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Video shows Texas police killing teenaged girl

Video shows Texas police killing teenaged girl

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Japanese bullet train in Texas in seven years

Japanese bullet train in Texas in seven years

Private company plans to build high-speed rail line between Houston and Dallas, America's fourth and fifth largest cities.

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Republican woman wins Wendy Davis' Senate seat

Republican woman wins Wendy Davis' Senate seat

The 'war on women' wasn't supposed to work this way.

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Texas border region faces energy shortage as it grows

Texas border region faces energy shortage as it grows

Energy grid operators say they expect to see more outages in the next few years.

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Texas National Guard begs for food

Texas National Guard begs for food

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Catholic bishop denounces Mexico's treatment of migrants

Catholic bishop denounces Mexico's treatment of migrants

Bishop Raul Vera Lopez denounced the sexual trafficking of minors in Mexico. U.S. Border patrol caught two illegal immigrants from Central America who have a history of sex crimes.

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Republican Paul Ryan supports deportation for illegal alien minors

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Catholic charities open arms to illegal immigrants

Catholic charities open arms to illegal immigrants

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Chagas and chikungunya diseases spread in Texas

Chagas and chikungunya diseases spread in Texas

Chikungunya and Chagas disease are prevalent in Latin America. Visitors to those areas may be bringing it to the U.S. Dogs are a prime factor in spreading fatal Chagas infections.

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Texas Gov. Perry defies Obama and sends Guard to border

Texas Gov. Perry defies Obama and sends Guard to border

Perry visited border facilities where illegal immigrants are housed and said that Obama's policies are responsible for the crisis.

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Obama seeks to 'destabilize' the United States, says Republican senator

Obama seeks to 'destabilize' the United States, says Republican senator

A 'Dear Colleague' letter sent by Senator Sessions to all 535 members of both houses is causing a stir. He accuses President Obama of a 'breathtaking' usurpation of power. Obama 'threatens foundation of our constitutional republic' wrote Sessions.

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Pope Francis demands immigrant children be protected and allowed to enter U.S.

Pope Francis demands immigrant children be protected and allowed to enter U.S.

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A Catholic perspective on the immigration debate

A Catholic perspective on the immigration debate

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Texas Democrat congressman rips into Obama over border crisis

Texas Democrat congressman rips into Obama over border crisis

The Obama White House is trying to silence Democratic congressman Henry Cuellar in his quest to get the president to personally visit the US/Mexico border to witness the crisis.

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Federal agencies refuse church donations for immigrant surge

Federal agencies refuse church donations for immigrant surge

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Texas Gov. Perry says Obama 'inept' while feds house illegal immigrants beyond border region

Texas Gov. Perry says Obama 'inept' while feds house illegal immigrants beyond border region

Protests are expected in Michigan where the Obama administration is expected to house illegal immigrant minors. Texas Gov. Rick Perry also suspects 'ulterior motives' in Obama's response to immigrant surge.

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Health officials fear disease in surge of illegal immigrants

Health officials fear disease in surge of illegal immigrants

Dengue fever, drug-resistant tuberculosis, scabies, and Chinkungunya fever, are among the illnesses being brought into the U.S.

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Catholic bishop demands action on immigrant minors

Catholic bishop demands action on immigrant minors

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Catholic bishop to testify in Congress about violence driving Central American immigrants to U.S.

Catholic bishop to testify in Congress about violence driving Central American immigrants to U.S.

The number of illegal aliens entering Texas has already exceeded the total for 2013.

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U.S. Border Patrol plagued by low morale; criminal aliens released

U.S. Border Patrol plagued by low morale; criminal aliens released

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Fort Hood shooter is dead

Fort Hood shooter is dead

At least one person is dead and 14 wounded in the April 2 shooting at Ft Hood TX. This is the same military installation where a terrorist attack claimed the lives of 13 in 2009.

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Advertising firm besmirched by pro-paedophilia poster

Advertising firm besmirched by pro-paedophilia poster

French ad firm JCDecaux is in hot water for a poster that was displayed in Spain that advocated paedophilia. The firm says it is not responsible for the ad.

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The medico-legal industry confronts vulnerable citizens

The medico-legal industry confronts vulnerable citizens

Jahi McMath, a disabled child in California, was disconnected from life support by order of a local judge.

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Texas judge chooses death for brain-impaired woman

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Texas Right to Life urges caution in case of 'brain dead' expectant mother Marlise Munoz

Texas Right to Life urges caution in case of 'brain dead' expectant mother Marlise Munoz

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New evidence shows Native Americans' origins are older than previously thought

New evidence shows Native Americans' origins are older than previously thought

The new evidence shows that pre-Columbian American Indians had European ancestors.

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Can Ted Cruz be the first Hispanic president?

Can Ted Cruz be the first Hispanic president?

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On a day like today: U.S. deports American citizens

On a day like today: U.S. deports American citizens

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Obama's 'thumping' of Christians

Obama's 'thumping' of Christians

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Texas: the eyes of the world are upon you

Texas: the eyes of the world are upon you

The democratic and legislative processes themselves were put into jeapordy by pro-abortion Occupiers in Texas. Mob rule sought to overthrow the rule of law.

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Ron Paul's Home School: a review

Ron Paul's Home School: a review

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Texas student punished for refusing to recite Mexican pledge of allegiance

Texas student punished for refusing to recite Mexican pledge of allegiance

Texas student Brenda Brinsdon, daughter of a Mexican mother and an American father, refused to recite the Mexican pledge as required by her teacher. For this she was disciplined. Her family is now suing the school

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All-Star NBA fans shut down Houston Galleria mall

All-Star NBA fans shut down Houston Galleria mall

Police reacted in force as thousands descended on the luxury Galleria Mall to see NBA players and celebrities. The Galleria Mall and Adidas had promoted the event on Twitter.

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Catholic bishops endorse Texas 'death panels' bill

Catholic bishops endorse Texas 'death panels' bill

Updated article

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Texas: lax abortion standards put women at risk

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Desperate 'savages' aboard a Carnival Cruise ship

Desperate 'savages' aboard a Carnival Cruise ship

On a return voyage to Galveston TX, a Carnival Cruise line is now drifting near Mexico. Passengers have no power, A/C, hot food, or toilet facilities. Passengers are desperate.

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Hackers bushwack the Bush family

Hackers bushwack the Bush family

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South Texas shows increase in desperate illegal border crossings

South Texas shows increase in desperate illegal border crossings

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Texas trooper in helicopter kills two immigrants

Texas trooper in helicopter kills two immigrants

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Texas boy recovers despite hospital ruling to terminate life-giving care

Texas boy recovers despite hospital ruling to terminate life-giving care

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Black woman stands her ground, kills white man

Black woman stands her ground, kills white man

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Mother pleads with doctor to restore son's food and water

Mother pleads with doctor to restore son's food and water

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Catholic bishops call for clemency for Texas death-row inmate

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Wacko in Waco: Zombie eats pet dog

Wacko in Waco: Zombie eats pet dog

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No charges yet for Texas teacher who forced kindergarteners to slap fellow student

No charges yet for Texas teacher who forced kindergarteners to slap fellow student

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Ancient trees show that wildfires in U.S. southwest are unusual

Ancient trees show that wildfires in U.S. southwest are unusual

A study of more than 1,500 years of tree-ring data and hundreds of years of fire-scar records were gathered from Ponderosa pine forests in a study.

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Christians outraged over film depicting Jesus as homosexual

Christians outraged over film depicting Jesus as homosexual

Producers of 'Corpus Christi: Playing with Redemption' expect protesters at the screening of the movie in San Francisco homosexual-dominated Castro district.

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US-Mexico border residents remember victims of narco-violence

US-Mexico border residents remember victims of narco-violence

El Paso, Texas, will have vigils this week to recall more than 10,000 victims of drug-related violence in Juarez - which lies just across the international border - and the rest of Mexico.

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César Chávez: much too Catholic for some

César Chávez: much too Catholic for some

The famed Mexican-American labor organizer was "the last Catholic in America" to achieve "cultural/political synthesis" and bring Catholic social teachings into the public square.

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New Mexico: local political scandal crosses into Texas and Mexico

New Mexico: local political scandal crosses into Texas and Mexico

Daniel Salinas, mayor pro-tem of Sunland Park, New Mexico, can't take offices because of criminal charges he is facing in a local court. State takeover of the town is imminent. The scandal has fingers in Texas, and into Old Mexico.

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Inside the story of Beren Academy and Texas Assoc. of Private and Parochial Schools

Inside the story of Beren Academy and Texas Assoc. of Private and Parochial Schools

A basketball team from a Jewish high school in Texas faced the probability of being denied a change to compete with Christian and Catholic schools until a great defender came into the picture.

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Denied food and water by a hospital, Texas man expires

Denied food and water by a hospital, Texas man expires

'Willie' apparently had adequate health insurance, but a Houston hospital removed hydration and nutrition.

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Texas hospital starving patient against family wishes

Texas hospital starving patient against family wishes

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Republicans will have to court Hispanics to win the White House

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Defending gates to the U.S. on the deadly streets of Nuevo Laredo

Defending gates to the U.S. on the deadly streets of Nuevo Laredo

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Life imitates art for drunken singer Randy Travis

Life imitates art for drunken singer Randy Travis

Randy Travis, country crooner, sought solace at a local church following a fight with his girlfriend.

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Komen Foundation ceases Planned Parenthood funding over Congressional investigation

Komen Foundation ceases Planned Parenthood funding over Congressional investigation

The Susan G Komen for the Cure Foundation had funded Planned Parenthood, ostensibly for breast health initiatives. Due to an ongoing investigation of the abortion provider, Komen has now cut its funding.

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Murder of Iranian in Texas raises stakes for War on Terrorism

Murder of Iranian in Texas raises stakes for War on Terrorism

Born in Iran, Gelareh Bagherzadeh was studying at Texas Medical Center in Houston. She was shot dead, and her purse untouched.

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Catholic bishop sues priest for speaking against homosexuality

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Planned Parenthood suffers defeat in Texas

Planned Parenthood suffers defeat in Texas

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Slimy mollusks may aid in human memory

Slimy mollusks may aid in human memory

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Who indeed is the real Ron Paul?

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Fashion model injured by plane's propellers can now speak

Fashion model injured by plane's propellers can now speak

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The case of the embattled Fr. Frank Pavone: The Cost of Discipleship

The case of the embattled Fr. Frank Pavone: The Cost of Discipleship

Catholic priests constitute the most persecuted class of individuals in the U.S., and are often poorly treated by their superiors.

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Ancient humans came to North America earlier than previously thought

Ancient humans came to North America earlier than previously thought

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