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Got any idea what your smartphone or smart speaker has been doing to you while you are sleeping? I didn’t – until I caught a National Public Radio broadcast suggesting both devices are spying on you, selling or at least exposing vast quantities of your personal data – perhaps even tax return…

Traveling and need to be somewhere on a schedule? Don’t take the train.

Permit me to offer a few after thoughts on the Walmart shooting. First, that something like this would happen in El Paso still boggles my mind. One of the things that touches me about El Paso is how kind and generous most people are, and how different races and religions all get along, mutua…

Newton’s Third Law of Motion says “For every action there will always be an equal and opposite reaction.”

There are two types of stories that are slam-dunks with readers everywhere: Weight loss and animals.

Here’s what bothers me about the minimum wage discussion making headlines across the country this week.

WACO – At a niece’s wedding here last weekend one question popped up repeatedly when people heard we were from El Paso: “What’s going on at the border?”

Throughout June, my husband and I sat down with the kids to watch HBO’s “Chernobyl.” It’s a mini-series on – you guessed it – the April 26, 1986 explosion of a nuclear power plant in the former Soviet Union, now Ukraine, which has been called the world’s worst nuclear power disaster.

Two things: 1) nominations are now open for the 2019 Women of Impact and 2) with Mother’s Day in mind, I offer you some nuggets of wisdom provided by some of our previous 48 honorees.

In addition to the loss of Andy Krafsur this past week (page 3A), we are also saddened to report the death of Mark Fry at age 70.

HOUSTON – Ask anyone in El Paso about their experience at MD Anderson Cancer Center and it’s a good bet you will get an overwhelmingly enthusiastic and positive response. Wife Ellie has been receiving treatment for breast cancer here over much of the last year, and we are among those who wou…

The unfolding of the Julian Assange story has all the makings of a good “Scandal” episode if the nighttime TV soap opera were still on the air.

Most nights our family sits down for dinner together. We try to visit with one another without competing electronic devices or TV.

Now that Beto O’Rourke has thrown his hat and maybe his skateboard into the presidential arena, he is being savaged by the national press corps not to mention by a few of his fellow candidates.

AUSTIN – Let’s not kid ourselves. Beto O’Rourke has been running long before his announcement Thursday. And nowhere was this more evident than on March 9 in Austin where more than 1,200 people queued before jamming the sold-out Paramount Theater for the first showing of “Running With Beto.”

Subscribers will begin to receive El Paso Inc.’s Book of Lists this weekend.

At the conclusion of our El Pasoan of the Year luncheon every year, we wonder what in the world we’ll do for the next round.

Permit me a few observations on a topic that has become a political football – aggressively espoused by people who have little knowledge of what they are talking about, like President Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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