Friday Mar 14
IBRC liquidators consider bids for mortgage book
The liquidators of IBRC are examining bids for the 1.8bn mortgage portfolio after final offers were received in advance of a deadline today.
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Friday Mar 14
Courthouse News Service
PETA Challenges Running of the Bulls
Animal rights groups sued "The Great Bull Run" and the rodeo company that supplies it with bulls, claiming they stage dangerous, and illegal, events, in which "as many as three dozen panicked bulls ... stampede down a narrow track" behind hundreds of people, "many of whom have been drinking alcohol."
Thu Mar 13, 2014
3 Other States Trying To Follow In Texas' Footsteps And Shut Down Abortion Clinics
A stringent new law in the Lone Star State requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges with a local hospital, a medically unnecessary requirement that's often impossible for doctors to comply with.
'Day of the Dissidents' Dawns at The Pantry03/13/2014
We fully understand the mandate to work with the board and management to enhance value for the benefit of all shareholders.
No End In Sight for Texas Oil Boom
Texas is always synonymous with oil, but even by Lone Star State standards what's happening now is something truly special.
Limited Edition Circuit Of The Americas Bell Helmet
Circuit of the Americas and Bell Helmets have partnered to create a limited quantity of commemorative Texas-themed Star Carbon helmets.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Several Texas Cities Top Job Search List
Are you looking for work? Maybe it's time to head to the Lone Star state. Three of the top cities for job seekers are in Texas with Fort Worth earning the top spot, according to a new study by the finance social network WalletHub.
Texas Obamacare Numbers Continue to Fall Behind Obama Projections
Despite large-scale efforts by leftist groups such as Enroll America to push Obamacare in the Lone Star State, new statistics confirm that uninsured Texans are not accepting health care mandates.
First Round Of U.S. National Endurance Championship Happening March 21-23 At Texas World Speedway
Next weekend, March 21 - 23, 2014, the Central Motorcycle Roadracing Association is back in action at Texas World Speedway in College Station, Texas.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Five U.S. investors eye Banco Popolare's 'bad bank' unit: Reuters
Five U.S. private equity funds have expressed interest in the "bad bank" unit of Italy's Banco Popolare , according to sources, in a sign of growing appetite from foreign investors for real estate and distressed credit in the country.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
College students use their spring break to learn about El Paso culture
Millions of college students across the country are gearing up for spring break.
Don't get on Austin's bad side: Out-of-towner's guide...
Welcome to Austin! We're not going to follow up with any of that "please don't move here" nonsense because, frankly, we're glad you're here for SXSW.
Rick Perry and Freedom of Speech and Christian Values
Governor Rick Perry , now in charge of the Lone Star State, was quite the hit at the recent CPAC convention.
Now Playing Onstage in Maine - Week of 3/09/2014
ENJOY Bates College - Schaeffer Theatre 3/6-3/10/2014 A contemporary Japanese play about Japan's Lost Generation.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Visit beautiful Lone Star gardens this spring
Yellow roses are plentiful in Texas, but so are the hundreds of different species of flowers in the state's abundance of botanical gardens and arboretums.
MSNBC's Chuck Todd Hypes Liberal 'Rising Star,'...
MSNBC's Chuck Todd on Friday eagerly promoted "rising star" Joaquin Castro, a liberal Congressman from Texas.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Editorial: Rick Perry tells it like it is
Perhaps the governor had too much Red Bull. Whatever got Gov. Rick Perry fired up Friday at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference in Maryland, please give him some more.
The Wall Street Journal
Politics Counts: Why Texas Could Flip Quickly From Red to Blue
Dante Chinni writes Politics Counts every Friday. Mr. Chinni is the director of the American Communities Project at American University , which examines different types of communities across the U.S. The Lone Star State is a Republican Party stronghold, and also is home to a growing number of Hispanics, who tend to vote Democratic, as 2012 showed .