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Can we all agree the Yao Ming experiment hasn’t worked? Let us count the ways. First, limiting him to six- and seven-minute increments is silly. To have Rick Adelman’s decisions dictated by the clock instead of the game won’t

Xulon Press is proud to announce the launch of the 2010 Choice Writing Contest, which welcomes authors to submit original work from now until November 30, 2010. The contest is currently accepting

Although voters abolished Houston’s red light camera system Tuesday, the 70 cameras have the green light to keep recording traffic violations for months as the city weighs a legal strategy for exiting its contract with the firm operating the cameras, city officials say.

Ingredients Serves:  Update   2 cups all-purpose flour

Houstonians rejected the city’s red light camera program in a hard-fought ballot contest, delivering an immediate $10 million hit to an already dire budget situation at City Hall. With almost all votes counted, a majority of voters put a decisive end to the use of the devices, which had been used to issue more than […]

Allen Iverson is perhaps the most high-profile basketball player to ditch the NBA for a team overseas, but he’s not the first. Mr. Iverson on Friday signed a $4 million, two-year contract with

Let us pray for our brothers and sister in Iraqi, BAGHDAD — Iraq’s dwindling Christian community was grieving and afraid on Monday after militants seized a Baghdad church during evening Mass, held the congregation hostage and triggered a raid by Iraqi security forces. The bloodbath left at least

Caryn Rivadeneira, guest blogger Halfway through our hayride, around the second bend into the woods, two of our fellow riders — the clown and the guy with the Scream mask propped on top of his head — jumped out. Unlike the rest of us, who had taken the hayride for fall family fun, these guys […]

Ingredients Makes: crab cakes Update CRAB CAKES: 1/3 cup mayonnaise (preferably flavored with olive oil) 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard

When it comes to church health and life, why is it always the pastor’s fault when things don’t go well at church? Pastors are constantly told that the church rises no higher than its leadership. This is partly true – bad leadership, bad church; good leadership, good church. But