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There are all kinds of people at my health club who use canes and walkers and crutches to get around; all kinds of people who wear braces and slings. 

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MONTREAL — In a classic start-up setting — in a former textile plant four miles from where the first hockey match was played a century and a half ago — a group of high-tech computer engineers are changing Canada’s most revered pastime. 

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Phillip E. Johnson was doing what a University of California, Berkeley law professor was supposed to do during a mid-career sabbatical.

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The Edwards Aquifer Authority was created by the Texas Legislature in 1993 and began operation in 1996. Responsible for managing, enhancing and protecting the Edwards Aquifer, the EAA has regulatory jurisdiction in all of Uvalde, Medina and Bexar counties and portions of Atascosa, Caldwell, …

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On Saturday, Oct. 19 the Travis County Precinct 4 Office Building was rededicated to Ray Martinez. 

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The July 25 call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Vlodomyr Zelensky is the central piece of evidence in the Democratic drive to remove the president from office. 

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  It took several months to come to the dismal conclusion, but Beto O’Rourke finally conceded Friday ((Nov.1)) that his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination couldn’t get there from here.

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For more than 80 years, the main entrance of the University of Texas campus was a sublime display of art, a utopia revered throughout the world. 

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President Franklin Roosevelt spoke repeatedly, just after Pearl Harbor and later during World War II, of a dangerous minority opposed to the conflict. Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois spoke in 1967 of a “silent center.” In the spring of 1969, the prominent campaign chronicler Theodore H. White …

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There is a very good reason I was chasing my daughter around the living room with a bottle. A very good reason.

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An old saying tells us to invest in land because they aren’t making any more. 

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U.S. cardinals needed someone who was willing, in the spring of 2002, to face waves of microphones and cameras and answer questions about a clergy sexual abuse crisis that kept growing more and more intense.

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This past week, the New Braunfels community displayed beautiful and purposeful unity in support of Family Promise of Greater New Braunfels. 

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There’s no doubt Democrats in Washington are hell-bent on impeaching President Trump over the Ukraine matter. But after weeks of polling, it is still unclear precisely what Americans outside the Beltway think.

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Lesson from the last several weeks in the Texas Capitol: an elected official’s public words ought to be reflected in their private actions.

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One is profane, the other devout. One is unpredictable, the other thoroughly predictable. One is an outsider, the other an insider. One flouts family values, the other flaunts them. One is deliberately unconventional, the other studiously conventional. Both won a New Hampshire primary. But o…

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The idea that most of the world’s problems can be conveniently blamed on the younger generation has been around since Cain and Abel, and I think that our propensity for carrying this tradition on down through the generations has actually gotten in the way of addressing a lot of the world’s p…

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Sen. Cory Booker, a Democratic presidential candidate, recently tweeted something he couldn’t have possibly read too closely. It was a link to a Glamour magazine piece about men and abortion. The senator wrote: “Women shouldn’t be solely responsible for sharing their personal stories as evid…

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When preparing the 2016 Democratic Party platform, the drafting committee promised: “We will do everything we can to protect religious minorities and the fundamental right of freedom to worship and believe.”

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“We don’t fact-check political ads,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a recent speech. “We don’t do this to help politicians, but because we think people should be able to see for themselves what politicians are saying.”

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Thanh Lee, who immigrated from Vietnam with her husband and five children to the United States, was overjoyed to know her family would have the privilege of living in a country where opportunities and good fortune were attainable. Shortly after the move, she lost her husband to lung cancer, …

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