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.
A panel featuring special international guests discussed issues from around the world Wednesday afternoon.
According to a national report by the Current Population Survey, student voter participation is on the decline, but two Baylor professors see a future where students are both informed about and active in the political process.
Two Baylor Army ROTC cadets have more in common than the uniforms they wear. For the first time in Baylor’s history, two siblings are contracted together, set on a career path toward military service.
Several unidentified bodies found in graves near the Mexican border may soon find their way to families due in part to acts of diplomacy by Dr. Lori Baker, an associate professor of anthropology.
As Congress finishes work on a must-pass spending bill set for votes next week, the most conservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill are eager to send a message on immigration, and stand firm against a government lending bank.
While the Great Recession led many into financial strife, research by a Baylor professor shows some adults united through the tumultuous time to lessen their strain.