Posted on · On this second day of the January 6 public hearings, we not only talk with a political science expert about President Trump's and his allies push to spread false claims of election fraud, we also address the psychological aspect of plausible deniability with the director of the UTMB-Galveston Crime and Prevention Center.
Posted on · Today, we explore the Russia-Ukraine headlines and meet a Houston couple who are working to help the displaced orphans of this conflict.
Posted on · On the second Tuesday of odd numbered years, the Texas Legislature begins its biennial session. For a maximum of 140 days, lawmakers will decide the fate of Houstonians and Texans alike. But what does that mean for you and what are some of the bills that will be up for discussion? Â This year marks […]
Posted on · Amid an incoming GOP majority in the U.S. Senate, we’re learning the Obama administration is poised to lift the threat of deportation for millions of people who have entered the country illegally. Some argue such a move would be an executive overreach. We discuss whether, amid the changing winds of politics in Washington, it’s more […]