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  1. Wayfair Workers Plan Walkout Over Sales to Migrant Detention Facilities U.S., Yesterday

    Some 500 Wayfair employees signed a letter asking the furniture giant to end business with a government contractor that operates shelters for migrant children.

  2. A Photo Captures the Pathos of Migrants Who Risked It All U.S., Yesterday

    A Mexican newspaper published a heartbreaking image of a man and his young daughter who died while trying to cross the Rio Grande.

  3. Acting Border Chief Will Step Down as Migrant Children Are Returned to Texas Facility U.S., Yesterday

    The Trump administration says it is transferring the children back to a shelter in Clint, Tex., that had seen hundreds of children held in overcrowded and filthy conditions.

  4. ‘We’re in a Dark Place’: Children Returned to Troubled Texas Border Facility U.S., Yesterday

    The Trump administration says it is transferring the children back to a shelter in Clint, Tex., that had seen hundreds of children held in overcrowded and filthy conditions.

  5. Hundreds of Migrant Children Are Moved Out of an Overcrowded Border Station U.S., June 24

    The children, who had been living for weeks in filthy conditions on the Texas border, have been transferred to other shelters, including a tent facility in El Paso.

  6. Three Children and a Woman Are Found Dead Along the Border in Texas U.S., June 24

    The bodies of what appeared to be a migrant woman in her 20s and three children — two infants and a toddler — were near McAllen, the authorities said.

  7. Whataburger Got Sold to Chicago. Texas Is Flipping Out. U.S., June 20

    Texas is reeling from the news that a Chicago investment firm is acquiring a majority stake in the Texas-born fast-food chain Whataburger.

  8. $1.5 Million Homes in Texas, Massachusetts and Oregon Real Estate, June 19

    A creek-side home in Dallas, an 1872 Victorian in Salem and a Craftsman-style house in the Willamette Valley.

  9. What You Get for $1.5 Million Slideshow, June 19

    A creek-side home in Dallas, an 1872 Victorian in Salem and a Craftsman-style house in the Willamette Valley.

  10. How a Dallas Photojournalist Captured an Image of a Gunman Mid-Attack U.S., June 18

    “Was I in the right place at the wrong time, or was I in the wrong place at the right time?” the photojournalist, Tom Fox of The Dallas Morning News, said after a man opened fire at a federal courthouse.

  11. Cities Start to Question an American Ideal: A House With a Yard on Every Lot Interactive, June 18

    Rising concerns about housing affordability, racial inequality and climate change are causing cities nationwide to re-examine their attachment to the detached house.

  12. A New Migrant Surge at the Border, This One From Central Africa U.S., June 16

    Two cities more than 2,100 miles apart — San Antonio and Portland, Me. — are scrambling to respond to an influx of African migrants.

  13. El niño más pequeño que el gobierno de Trump ha separado de sus padres Universal, June 14

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  14. The Youngest Known Child Separated From His Family by the Trump Administration The Weekly, June 14

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  15. Bill Wittliff, ‘Lonesome Dove’ Screenwriter and Son of Texas, Dies at 79 Movies, June 13

    His screenplays displayed an affinity for the mythology and history of his native state, and he and his wife started an archive devoted to Texas writers.

  16. Man Charged With Murdering Transgender Woman and 2 Others in Dallas U.S., June 12

    Kendrell Lavar Lyles is also a “person of interest” in the killing of Chynal Lindsey, a transgender woman who was pulled from White Rock Lake on June 1, the police said.

  17. One Thing You Can Do: Plan a Climate-Friendly Cookout Climate, June 12

    Also this week, a Texas bill that could make environmental protests riskier.

  18. Her Evangelical Megachurch Was Her World. Then Her Daughter Said She Was Molested by a Minister. U.S., June 10

    Evangelical churches have long distanced themselves from the sexual abuse crisis that has consumed the Catholic Church. But a reckoning has arrived.

  19. Dallas Crane Collapse Kills 1 and Injures 5, Officials Say U.S., June 9

    The crane toppled amid severe winds and sliced into an apartment complex in downtown Dallas on Sunday. One person was killed and at least five others were injured.

  20. Texas Is Latest State to Pump the Brakes on Red-Light Cameras U.S., June 8

    Gov. Greg Abbott signed a law this month that bans the cameras. It takes effect in September, but police departments have already started dismantling the devices.

  21. Death on the Rio Grande: A Look at a Perilous Migrant Route U.S., June 8

    President Trump’s immigration clampdown has pushed an increasing surge of migrants into the harsh river current as the fastest route to American soil.

  22. ‘It’s Bad, and It’s Getting Worse’: Migrant Families Risk Their Lives at the Rio Grande Video, June 8

    A rising number of families, often with young children, are crossing the Rio Grande to enter the U.S. We spoke with migrants who are making this risky decision and surrendering to Border Patrol.

  23. On the Border, Police Chase Smugglers. The Migrant Body Count Is Getting Higher. U.S., June 5

    Six migrants were found dead Wednesday after the latest in a series of deadly crashes involving police chases in South Texas.

  24. Which States Will Be Hit Hardest by Trump’s Tariffs on Mexico Business, June 5

    Tariffs on Mexican imports will ripple across the United States and could cause significant pain for consumers and businesses, even those far from the southwestern border.

  25. Teacher, Now Fired, Thought Tweets to Trump About Immigrants Were Private U.S., June 5

    Georgia Clark, a teacher in the Fort Worth Independent School District, had implored the president in public Twitter posts to rid her school of undocumented immigrants.

  26. Texas Teacher Fired Over Tweets Asking Trump to ‘Remove’ Immigrants U.S., June 5

    Georgia Clark, a teacher in the Fort Worth Independent School District, had implored the president to rid her school of undocumented immigrants.

  27. Who Can Adopt a Native American Child? A Texas Couple vs. 573 Tribes Health, June 5

    A bitter custody battle threatens affirmative action laws, tribal rights, and the future of one little girl.

  28. ‘People Are Afraid’: Killing of Transgender Woman in Dallas Is City’s Third in a Year U.S., June 3

    Chynal Lindsey was found dead less than a month after another woman, Muhlaysia Booker, was fatally shot.

  29. Roky Erickson, 71, Revered Figure of Psychedelic Rock, Dies Obituaries, June 3

    He fronted the influential group the 13th Floor Elevators with his scream-inflected vocals, but struggled with mental illness for much of his life.

  30. Deep in the Muslim Heart of Texas, a Farm Family Provides Halal Meat Food, June 3

    A Houston-area couple is trying to offer a smaller-scale, more humane alternative to conventional slaughterhouses.

  31. El Paso Immigration Center Is Dangerously Overcrowded, Inspector General Warns U.S., May 31

    A federal watchdog’s report said immigration officials needed to take “immediate” action. Some people had been held in the facility for weeks.

  32. 3 of This Year’s Spelling Bee Winners Are Friends From Dallas U.S., May 31

    The region, where the boys competed together and became friends, has emerged as something of a spelling juggernaut in recent years.

  33. 3 of This Year’s Spelling Bee Winners Are Friends From Dallas U.S., May 31

    The region, where the boys competed together and became friends, has emerged as something of a spelling juggernaut in recent years.

  34. 25 Writers on Their Favorite Beach Vacations Travel, May 31

    From paddleboarding in Colorado to bachata music in Puerto Rico, we asked writers to tell us what makes their beach vacations the best.

  35. To Stop Border Crossings, the U.S. Made the Journey Deadlier Interactive, May 29

    The Trump administration’s criminalization of humanitarian aid at the border could make it even worse.

  36. David Whitley, Texas Secretary of State, Resigns After Questioning Voters’ Citizenship U.S., May 29

    In January, Mr. Whitley urged county officials to review 95,000 registered voters who might not be citizens. The effort foundered almost immediately.

  37. Vying for the Watermelon Thump Crown Opinion, May 28

    In Luling, the “toughest town in Texas,” two Latina high school girls compete to be the next Watermelon Thump Queen.