The F.B.I. identified Malik Faisal Akram, a British national, as the man who took hostages in a Texas synagogue on Saturday. He was killed during the rescue operation.
The 1926 building owned by the Catholic Church looked as if it hadn’t been updated in decades. One Dallas family was charmed.
He is the N.F.L.’s Gatsby, mysterious and magnetic, with a brain hard-wired to win. Ask him about the touchdown pass he meticulously mapped out in his mind five days before he threw it.
Kids were already drifting away from traditional sports before the pandemic, with ramifications for the entire sports industry. The trend has accelerated in the pandemic.
A new generation of architects is arguing that postmodern cityscapes deserve re-evaluation.
We studied 16,847 places to find out why Dallas is so popular.
A historical marker will commemorate the intersection where a mob paraded Brooks’s body after he was savagely killed while awaiting trial.
William Neil Gallagher, 80, took at least $23 million from more than 190 people to fuel a Ponzi scheme using their retirement savings, according to court records.
Terry Turner, a 65-year-old Texas man, told a 911 dispatcher that he “killed a guy” who was sitting in a car in his driveway, an affidavit said. A grand jury is deciding on charges, his lawyer said.
House hunters are attracted to the hassle-free living and lack of down payments, but there’s a trade-off: They give up the investment of owning a home.
The man, Daniel Jenkins, was part of a group that used the app Grindr to lure gay men to an apartment complex in Dallas to rob and assault them, prosecutors said.
The abrupt reversals have come in response to rising levels of crime, the exodus of officers and political pressures.
Voters should take “personal responsibility” and find a better person to run Texas.
In a graduation speech, Paxton Smith, 18, of Dallas said the new law, which bans abortion after six weeks of pregnancy, was “a war on my body and a war on my rights.”
Fifteen years ago, the Mavericks lost the N.B.A. finals after winning the first two games of the series. Now they have blown a 2-0 series lead over the Clippers.
The former agent told the woman she was on “secret probation” over drug crimes and at one point proposed marriage, federal prosecutors said.
Two men who spent 15 years behind bars in the 1999 murder of a Texas pastor were later released and declared “actually innocent.”
The N.R.A. filed for bankruptcy this year as it sought to end run regulatory action in New York, but a judge rejected the strategy.
The front-runner was Susan Wright, who was endorsed by Donald J. Trump and is the widow of Representative Ron Wright, who died of Covid-19 in February.
After working as a well-paid Republican operative, he gave up a lavish lifestyle to live in poverty as a self-proclaimed Jeremiah, calling out fraud in the name of God.
A 1910 Tudor Revival house in Evanston, a home near the beach on Maui and a steel-and-glass showplace in Dallas.
Buildings, landmarks and monuments are turning off lights to prevent fatal impacts as birds set off on spring migration.
“It’s no different now than it was a year ago,” one Kroger employee said, as states like Texas and Mississippi end mask requirements.
In the last five years, there have been at least 29 shootings with four or more fatalities, according to a database compiled by the Violence Project.
The coast-to-coast storm brought heavy snow and frigid temperatures as well as prompted rolling blackouts.
An alleged racial profiling of a Latino man quickly escalated and led to the demotion of a police sergeant.
Open-air shows. Joint productions. Filmed dress rehearsals. Here’s a faraway close-up on how one theater community has stayed reasonably robust in adversity.
Stan Richards, the 87-year-old founder of the Richards Group, criticized the diversity of a proposed Motel 6 ad and commented on white supremacists.
Officer Shaun Lucas was arrested by the Texas Rangers, which said his actions were “not objectionably reasonable.”
A physical defenseman, he loved hockey enough to be excited at the sight of a new pair of skates or shin guards. He died of the novel coronavirus.
The chief, U. Reneé Hall, faced eroding support on the City Council stemming from the department’s handling of public protests over African-Americans and policing.
After aiding coronavirus patients in New York City, nurses face relatives and friends who refuse to wear masks or don’t believe the virus is real.
Chain restaurants are rethinking food for diners who fear the virus — and each other.
Joseph R. Biden Jr., his Democratic opponent, accused the president of dividing the country.
Across the country, booksellers are wrestling with how to safely open their stores. Some are racing ahead. Others feel it’s too risky.
The salon owner, Shelley Luther, had become a symbol of conservative outrage over state lockdowns and stay-at-home orders.
Shelley Luther tore up a cease-and-desist letter after she reopened Salon À La Mode on April 24.
The bus, which had one other passenger on board, traveled through several cities during an hourlong police chase, the authorities said.
City officials said 164 residents at the privately run shelter, Dallas Life, were taken by bus to a hotel. They will be isolated in individual rooms for two weeks while the shelter is cleaned.