EDITORIAL: Missed shots

Researchers around the world are scrambling to develop a vaccine that can protect us against the novel coronavirus, the source of the COVID-19 infection...

LETTERS: President took action; ‘Grito’ belongs to Texas also; Free speech under attack; Comparing...

President took action Democrats always want to blame someone else. They say President Trump hasn’t taken COVID-19 seriously, but he shut down travel from China...

EDITORIAL: Connections

Education in the time of COVID-19 has been an experiment in resilience, among educators, students and their families. School closures forced most districts to...

LETTERS: Misogyny in military; Book excerpt; Description questioned

Misogyny in military There is a crisis in the ranks of our military so bad it warrants its own name — military sexual trauma. We...

EDITORIAL: Proud people

Hispanic Heritage Month begins today. It is one of our nation’s most recent commemorations, beginning as a week set aside under presidential order by...

LETTERS: Vote out violence; Dispose properly; Medical politics

Vote out violence As we get closer to Nov. 3, tempers seem to rise on the political stage and even extend to the streets of...

LETTERS: Vulnerable taxpayers; After the fact; How has Trump helped minorities?; Ballot odyssey

Vulnerable taxpayers Mr. Juan Del Bosque Jr.’s letter on Aug. 27 is spot-on, well written and accurate. In a few words he described the many self-sacrificing,...

EDITORIAL: Not alone

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott raised attention Wednesday when he announced that his brother Jace, who died in April, had committed suicide. Prescott also...

UTRGV athletics community reflect on harrowing 9/11 experiences

Nineteen years ago, the United States was victim to a coordinated terrorist attack by Al-Qaeda, as two planes were hijacked and flown into the...

LETTERS: Minimizing negativity; Alarming reports; Presidents compared

Minimizing negativity Minimizing negativity: this seems to be the modus operandi of Donald Trump. Since he was a child, he was taught never to show weakness...