The American Diabetes Association is making efforts to educate the public about the widespread disease during November.
Baylor’s Institute for Studies of Religion has joined forces with a Dallas nonprofit, faith-based organization to transform and improve at-risk communities in West Dallas.
Every year in cemeteries across the country, people gather to pay respect to veterans who have died since the founding of the United States. This Christmas, the tradition will continue in Waco.
A Texas judge refused on Tuesday to quash on technicalities two criminal felony indictments for abuse of power against Gov. Rick Perry, ruling that the case against the possible 2016 presidential hopeful should proceed.
The Texas Board of Education couldn’t muster the votes late Tuesday to grant preliminary approval for new history and social studies textbooks for classrooms across the nation’s second-largest state, failing to act amid stinging criticism of the proposed books from both the right and left.
When Sabattus, Maine, freshman Sara Lacroix was first stationed at Fort Hood in Killeen as a private, her sergeant major asked what her physical training score was.
President Barack Obama is poised to act soon to unveil a series of executive actions on immigration that will shield possibly around 5 million immigrants living in the country illegally from deportation, according to advocates in touch with the White House.
Is Christianity becoming extinct? One Baylor professor explored the concept, and said it could be happening in the Middle East.
Surrounding Veterans Day are reminders of the sacrifice and service given by those in our military, pre and post-service.
November is American Diabetes Month. This effort put forth by the American Diabetes Association is meant to spread awareness of the life-changing, life-threatening disease.