Dark days over for thrilled Astro fans

The Astros poured it on in the fifth inning. Later, Houston poured into the streets, and Tyler Eaves didn’t care that someone he didn’t know poured champagne over his head.
“This is such a great feeling,” Eaves, 26, said, referring to the baseball win…

Five former presidents lend voices to hurricane recovery benefit concert

COLLEGE STATION – Politics were cast aside Saturday as the five former living presidents appeared together in College Station at a relief concert for victims of hurricanes that hit Houston and devastated other parts of the country over the last two months.
Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter held their hands over the hearts on stage as the national anthem blared behind them. A sold-out audience of 11,000 people cheered as the presidents walked out into the crowd at Reed Arena at Texas A&M University to cap off a national effort that has already raised $31 million.
“As heartbreaking as the tragedies that took place in Texas, in Florida, in Puerto Rico and the U.S.

Trump likely to release sealed documents on JFK assassination

WASHINGTON – Five decades after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, the political whodunit remains fodder for hordes of conspiracy theorists, including armchair historians, professional scholars and even President Donald Trump.