The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention diagnosed the first Ebola patient in the country Tuesday at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
Stories like “Harry Potter,” “The Hunger Games” and “The Iliad” may all have underlying themes to edify Christianity, said Dr. Gregg Garrett, professor of English.
A new laboratory is being set up in the chemistry department to facilitate cancer drug research and spur economic development in Texas.
Attorney General Greg Abbott on Monday defended old rulings by his office that critics say hid problems with the Texas Enterprise Fund and more recent decisions that keep tight wraps on how Texas uses taxpayer money to woo businesses.
Three Baylor graduates following separate career paths and living in three different parts of the world have two things in common — a passion for the deaf community and an attribution to Baylor for their success.
While people who speak multiple languages are often thought of as diverse, people who use American Sign Language are sometimes thought of as disabled, a perception the deaf community would like to change.
The fate of Texas’ tough voter ID law moved into the hands of a federal judge Monday, following a trial that the U.S. Justice Department said exposed another chapter in the state’s troubling history of discrimination in elections.
Two years and 65 pounds later, Armine Qourzal, Baylor’s assistant director of counseling, is a happier, healthier man.
Gov. Rick Perry and top officials from Texas A&M University dedicated a new 100,000-square-foot manufacturing plant Thursday that’s intended to have the capacity to produce bulk flu vaccine that can be delivered to as many as 50 million people within four months of a declared pandemic.
Home Depot said Thursday that a data breach that lasted for months at its stores in the U.S. and Canada affected 56 million debit and credit cards, far more than a pre-Christmas 2013 attack on Target customers.