Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We discuss the latest in local, state, and national news in our weekly political roundup. And a new documentary offers a closer look at Lady Bird Johnson through her own recordings.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We take a closer look at the fourth special session of the Texas Legislature. And veterinarian Dr. Lori Teller answers questions about pet care.
Posted on · Houston Matters explores Martin Scorsese's new film and learns about the Lipan Apache people of Texas
Posted on · The story of the photographer, who spent her later years in the Houston area, and her historic 1949 expedition is told in "Angel Falls," a new historical fiction novel from writer Kathryn Casey.
Posted on · Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep shares what we could all learn from Lincoln about dealing with people we disagree with.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn about HISD’s struggle to maintain special education services after cutting 21 contractors. And NPR’s Steve Inskeep talks about his new book and lessons from Abraham Lincoln for keeping a divided nation together.
Posted on · History professor Nancy Beck Young says health -- not age -- should decide that question. But how voters see it depends on their side of the political aisle.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We discuss concerns about the age of candidates and elected officials. And a new study finds Houstonians are willing to spend more to develop our parks.
Posted on · On Monday's show: Alexandra del Moral Mealer has dropped her lawsuit challenging the results of last year's election for Harris County judge. We learn why and discuss whether we should expect more challenges like hers in our current political climate.
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 · Space journalist and Houston native Loren Grush discusses her book, "The Six: The Untold Story of America's First Women Astronauts."
Posted on · The writer and satirist discusses his book, "Profiles in Ignorance," ahead of an appearance in Houston Sept. 21.
Posted on · The deadliest single fire in Houston history took place on Sept. 7, 1943.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn why the Texas Department of Criminal Justice issued an immediate lockdown at all Texas prisons this week.