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Robert Bryce

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If More CO2 Is Bad ... Then What?

News Feature, Dec. 7, 2007

'I Am Sullied – No More'

Col. Ted Westhusing chose death over dishonor in Iraq

News Feature, Apr. 27, 2007

And I Approved This Instant Message

What will page views, YouTube clips, and MySpace friends add up to for Web-savvy Democratic hopefuls?

Screens Feature, Mar. 1, 2007

The Hubris at Enron

Rarely have convictions been more deserved than those of former executives Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling

News Feature, Jun. 2, 2006

Written in Stone

UT's Jim Bob Moffett and Freeport-McMoRan ride a new wave of allegations of business as usual: exploitation, cronyism, and environmental devastation

News Feature, Sep. 23, 2005

Freeport & Grasberg: A Chronology

News Feature, Sep. 23, 2005

Freeport at Grasberg: 'Devastated the river system'

News Feature, Sep. 23, 2005

Circling the Hearses

State funeral regulators are dancing to the undertakers' tune – and that's bad news for consumers

News Feature, Nov. 5, 2004

SCI, Funeral Board Make Nice

The 'death-care' giant and its state nemesis are now on the same side

News Feature, Oct. 15, 2004

The Military-Petroleum Complex

The Second Iraq War and the cronies of state capitalism

News Feature, Jun. 18, 2004

Final Disposition

The beleaguered Texas Funeral Service Commission once again finds itself mired in controversy

News Feature, May. 14, 2004

Jim Bob, Gettin' Paid Again

Times may change, but Moffett's gargantuan salary remains a constant

News Feature, Apr. 16, 2004

High Tech vs. High Touch

The midwifery debate is not new in Austin -- a Chronicle reprint from June 18, 1993

News Feature, Nov. 14, 2003

Midwives: From L.A. to Santa Fe

The legal state of midwifery (Chronicle reprint from 1993)

News Feature, Nov. 14, 2003

Our Midwife

An experience with a midwife -- a Chronicle reprint from 1993

News Feature, Nov. 14, 2003

Naked City

Freeport's Mercenary Murderers?

News Feature, Mar. 28, 2003

Weird, Spooky, and Rich

David Dewhurst runs against everybody but money.

News Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

Pipe Dreams

Chapter 37 From Robert Bryce's new book on Enron

News Feature, Oct. 4, 2002

Buying Certainty for Stratus

News Feature, Aug. 9, 2002

Power Surge

Local company finds flywheel generated electric power is a growing niche in the current market.

News Feature, Feb. 9, 2001

Lobbying for Little People

A Profile of Austin's Center for Public Policy Priorities

News Feature, Feb. 2, 2001

Naked City

George W. Bush may have to testify in the influence-buying scandal known as Funeralgate, if attorneys for whistleblower Eliza May manage to convince a state court.

News Feature, Jan. 26, 2001

Naked City

Waters' Final Plea

News Feature, Jan. 26, 2001

Naked City

Bill Clinton signs an executive order allowing government officials to lobby right after leaving office -- showing, his critics say, a deep cynicism.

News Feature, Jan. 19, 2001

Naked City

President Bush's campaign mastered the use of the World Wide Web, and is expected to continue in office

News Feature, Jan. 5, 2001

Naked City

Michael King leaves The Texas Observer after five years under emotional, and acrimonious, circumstances.

News Feature, Sep. 22, 2000

Money to Burn

John Cornyn tries to keep tobacco case lawyers from reaping all of the financial benefits.

News Feature, Oct. 22, 1999

My Friend Murr

News Feature, Oct. 22, 1999

Against All Odds

News Feature, Dec. 18, 1998

In Jail Forever?

Said's Story

News Feature, Dec. 18, 1998

Abducted by Aliens?

Credit Card Clue

News Feature, Nov. 20, 1998

Down and Dirty

The Cornyn Culture

News Feature, Oct. 30, 1998

Lone Stars Rising

The Lady Rancher: From Hogs to Boll Weevils

News Feature, Oct. 16, 1998

Foul Pay

Football Is Golden

News Feature, Sep. 18, 1998

Aleshire the Agitator

Rage, Rage Against the Dying of the Limelight

News Feature, Aug. 28, 1998

Salamander Setback

Endangered Listing Could Sink Barton Springs Pool

News Feature, Jun. 12, 1998

Coming of Age

Earth Share Grows Greener Through Payroll Deductions

News Feature, Jun. 5, 1998

What's My Line?

Tracking the Freight Rail vs.Commuter Rail Debate

News Feature, May. 22, 1998

Tied to the Tracks

What a Way to Run a Railroad

News Feature, May. 22, 1998

Freeport Meets Its Critics

EnvironsCompany Vows to `Hunker Down and Go'

News Feature, May. 15, 1998

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