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Jamie Talan NEWSDAY A psychologist at Stony Brook University on Long Island, collaborating with scientists at other institutions, has discovered what philosophers have long known: Money doesn't make people happier. Yet the perception that it does continues to motivate people to...
Nicole Gaouette LA TIMES Senate leaders overcame a procedural glitch Thursday that had stalled efforts to revamp immigration laws, paving the way for the chamber to appoint negotiators to work on a joint bill with the House. The agreement eliminated a problem that had threatened...
Peggy Fikac EXPRESS-NEWS Clergy gathered outside a church sanctuary Thursday to promote a campaign to keep partisan politics out of houses of worship — a choice of setting that Gov. Rick Perry's spokesman called hypocritical. Members of the group, whose news release targeted the...
MATT STILES Houston Chronicle Local officials continued to debate police policy toward illegal immigrants Thursday after the U.S. House passed a Houston lawmaker's measure that would cut off federal crime-fighting money to cities with sanctuary policies. The House overwhelmingly...
From 9am to 10am Friday morning KLBJ's food critic, Rob Balon, will join Austin's Morning News to give you restaurant reviews and answer your questions about Austin cuisine.
Amy Fagan THE WASHINGTON TIMES Key backers of the Senate immigration bill said yesterday they are willing to consider a compromise that would delay the guest-worker program and "amnesty" portions until the borders have been secured. The proposal was floated by Senate Judiciary...
Charles Babington WASHINGTON POST The Senate rejected by a single vote yesterday an effort to amend the Constitution to allow Congress to ban desecration of the American flag, after a two-day debate freighted with political calculations and sharp disputes over the limits of free...
ASSOCIATED PRESS Andrea Yates said her 6-month-old daughter was the easiest of her five children to drown and that she got mad when her 7-year-old son fought with her, one of her former cellmates testified Tuesday. Felicia Doe, who was in Yates' cell block in the Harris County...
KAREN ROBINSON-JACOBS The Dallas Morning News The U.S. surgeon general handed advocates of smoke-free public places new ammunition Tuesday – a report declaring that separate smoking sections don't protect bystanders from the hazards posed by other people's tobacco smoke. While...