Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Fifty years ago today, tennis star Billy Jean King struck a blow for women’s equality in sports, defeating her male counterpart, Bobby Riggs, in a televised match at the Astrodome seen by millions.
Posted on · Former U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold of Wisconsin talks about his book, "The Constitution in Jeopardy," ahead of an event in Houston this week.
Posted on · A new report from energy research firm Wood Mackenzie says we're running a little behind.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Is the energy transition happening fast enough for us to meet our climate change goals? We learn what a new report has to say.
Posted on · We discuss why some sports towns seem to perpetually underperform, and whether Jets fans should just get over the Aaron Rodgers injury, because -- trust us -- it could be a lot worse!
Posted on · On Monday's show: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s expected back at work today after the Texas Senate acquitted him on all impeachment charges over the weekend. We get some reaction and takeaways from the impeachment trial.
Posted on · Writer Lauren Groff, the author of works like "Matrix" and "Fates and Furies," discusses her latest novel ahead of an appearance in Houston on Sept. 18.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Houston Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher discusses issues affecting Greater Houston and answers listener questions.
Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · Space journalist and Houston native Loren Grush discusses her book, "The Six: The Untold Story of America's First Women Astronauts."
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We discuss an uptick in high-speed car chases involving HPD officers that have left bystanders injured, according to an investigation by the Houston Chronicle. And we learn the latest on the Houston housing market.
Posted on · The writer and satirist discusses his book, "Profiles in Ignorance," ahead of an appearance in Houston Sept. 21.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We discuss the latest developments in politics in our weekly roundup. And satirist Andy Borowitz talks about how American politicians have seemingly gotten dumber over the last half century, the subject of his book, "Profiles in Ignorance."
Posted on · While the worst of this summer's extreme heat may be over, you still need to think about sun exposure.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: This won’t be the last oppressive summer in Houston. We'll have to either deal with it – or leave. We discuss how to adapt to the Bayou City’s changing climate in the coming years.