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CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
The Legal Immigrant podcast covers U.S. immigration problems that Dyan Williams Law PLLC can help you solve. Through success stories and Q&As, we'll discuss waivers of inadmissibility due to fraud or misrepresentation, criminal offense, unlawful presence, illegal entries, and removal orders; motions to reconsider inadmissibility bars; marriage-based green card, spousal immigrant visa, K-1 fiance visa; naturalization issues; and more. Website: www.dyanwilliamslaw.com
 
One news story a day well told. Join us each weekday for a new, interesting story from charismanews.com. In five minutes, you will hear popular storylines told from a Christian perspective. Show topics include hot button Christian issues, impossible miracles, Christian life, stories of redemption and more.
 
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Biden SLAMMED By Democrats And Republicans Over New Migrant Crisis That May Be The WORST Ever Seen. Biden is not only locking kids in cages but he is releasing COVID sick illegal immigrants into Texas. Democrats are furious over is his reopening of the migrant facility in Florida though typically its only the far left or progressives who seem to ca…
 
Evangelist Luis Palau that is known as the Billy Graham of Latin America and has been moved to hospice care and declines further treatment. Find out why with your host John John Matarazzo. For more info on this subject, check out Charisma news articles. https://www.charismanews.com/culture/84597-evangelist-luis-palau-moves-to-hospice-care-declines-…
 
Senate at standstill as Dems try to win over Manchin on change to unemployment benefits; WH: $15 minimum wage is a priority for President Biden; GOP Sen: We have “a hundred” amendments “in the hopper”; With 50-50 split, Senate Dems have no room for error in passing relief; NYT & WSJ: Cuomo aides altered data to lower Covid nursing home deaths by ne…
 
To accompany this year's community-wide philanthropic event, Amplify Austin, event organizers teamed up with local production company C3 Presents to create a 24-hour streaming event called Amplify Live. The stream, which kicks off at 6 p.m. Thursday, will be hosted by Judy Maggio of “ATX Together,” Trevor Scott of “We Are Austin,” and Joah Spearman…
 
Patrick Terry – co-founder of popular Austin restaurant chain P. Terry’s – went to his executive team in August and asked them to crunch numbers and find a way to raise the minimum wage for full-time employees from $12 to $15 an hour to thank them for their work during an unprecedented year, said P. Terry’s CEO Todd Coerver. One-third of the compan…
 
Michael Lahoud, a former MLS player from the West African nation of Sierra Leone who has been hired as Austin FC's first color commentator, used soccer to assimilate into American culture. He starred for four years at Wake Forest, was the ninth overall pick of the 2009 MLS SuperDraft and dotted across the professional map, playing in the MLS, the N…
 
KXAN's chief weathercaster Jim Spencer spent the last 30 years at the TV news station reporting on everything from sunny days and floods to hurricanes and storms. Mother Nature decided to send him off with historic snowfall and ice. His last day at KXAN before "semi-retiring" was Feb. 26, days after the severe winter weather that left thousands wit…
 
Central Texas veterans will be able to a get a COVID-19 vaccine this weekend at a Southeast Austin clinic. The Central Texas Veterans Health Care System will be giving out Moderna COVID-19 vaccines on Saturday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Austin VA Outpatient Clinic at 7901 Metropolis Drive. Veterans who are 60 years old or older and are enroll…
 
Kendra Wright has banded together more than 50 volunteers, dubbed Kendra’s Covid Coaches, to help those medically vulnerable with an often frustrating technical process: Scheduling vaccine appointments online. Coaches also help schedule appointments for those who are not technologically savvy, have a day job that limits computer access, or experien…
 
After Gov. Greg Abbott announced plans to end the statewide mask mandate and allow businesses in Texas to open at 100% capacity, Bastrop County’s health authority said she was concerned the COVID-19 pandemic may worsen locally but the county judge and business leaders say they’re cautiously optimistic. County Judge Paul Pape (as in “poppy”) said: “…
 
A former agent with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission alleges that he was fired in 2019 after reporting an assault by a top supervisor, who was later found to have obstructed an investigation into illegal activity between the supervisor and a person on a federal terrorist watchlist. Marlin Shawn Miller, a TABC agent who was based in Belton, f…
 
The former counterterrorism chief for the state of Texas was charged this week with possession of child pornography, a month after Travis County prosecutors declined to pursue an unrelated sexual assault charge that led to his firing in 2019. John Jones Jr., who once led the Texas Department of Public Safety's intelligence and counterterrorism oper…
 
The Austin City Council voted Thursday to formally apologize for the city's involvement in segregation and systemic racism and initiate a process for creating a Black Embassy to assist Black-led businesses and organizations. The actions stemmed from a proposal by Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison, the lone Black person on the council, who has a…
 
Texas Governor Greg Abbott, in a TV interview Wednesday, contradicted the testimony of the state's top public health official, saying he personally consulted with Dr. John Hellerstedt ahead of Abbott's decision to lift the state's mask mandate and end pandemic business restrictions. But hours earlier, while speaking to a panel of state lawmakers, H…
 
The operators of the Texas power grid overcharged wholesale electricity customers by $16 billion due to a pricing error during the weather emergency last month that triggered extended blackouts and left more than 4 million Texans shivering amid subfreezing temperatures, a monitor reports. Virginia-based Potomac Economics is recommending that the ov…
 
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On Monday, March 1st, the "Rumble with Michael Moore" podcast surpassed 25 million downloads. To celebrate, we recorded a special livestream episode of Rumble on YouTube with some of our favorite guests from the first 14 months, which we are sharing in multiple parts. In this episode, Michael is first joined by Emmy Award-winning actor, Michigander…
 
Ebay Just NUKED Dr. Seuss Books As OFFENSIVE, RSBN Gets Nuked By Youtube As Censorship Escalates. While it may be silly to complain about Dr. Seuss Enterprises canceling some books, it is extremely concerning when Ebay bans the private sale of those books from third parties. The latest act of censorship is beyond anything we have seen in a while. S…
 
Fauci: “Inexplicable” for states to lift restrictions; TX Gov defends decision to lift mask mandate: still suggesting masks, just not requiring them; Dr. Fauci: Texas decision to end restrictions is “ill advised”; CDC Dir: People should wear masks even if state doesn’t mandate it; Study: A person with UK variant can infect 43% to 90% more people; D…
 
Mosaic Covenant Church launched with a vision of becoming a global church for a global neighborhood. Find out how one act of kindness led to New York neighbors meeting the needs of others with your host John Matarazzo. For more info on this subject, check out Charisma news articles. https://www.charismanews.com/culture/84534-new-york-woman-takes-fe…
 
As South by Southwest approaches, running March 16 through 20, the first fully virtual version of the conference and festivals is shaping up to have some similar events as in years past, including keynote speakers, panelists, music showcases, film screenings, and some of those marketing activations that were such a big part of the in-person event. …
 
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema announced Wednesday that it has voluntarily filed for bankruptcy as the coronavirus pandemic continues to have an effect on its business. The Austin-based company also announced it entered into a purchase agreement for the sale of its assets to a senior lender group. The Alamo Drafthouse Ritz in downtown Austin, as well as l…
 
The Central Texas Food Bank will distribute free food from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday at the Travis County Expo Center to help those who are facing increased food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic and in the aftermath of the winter storms. Other food distribution events this month will be March 13 at the Austin Community College campus in Kyle, …
 
Bastrop County leaders are set to evaluate the county’s COVID-19 vaccination process, and consider potentially hiring an outside management company to run vaccination clinics, to ease the burden on local officials and volunteers organizing the clinics. Federal reimbursement funding available to Bastrop County would also mean that hiring an outside …
 
Austin police have identified a man an officer fatally shot last month during a hostage standoff as 21-year-old Jordan Walton. Officers on Feb. 10 responded at around 5:21 p.m. to a 911 caller who said someone had broken into their home on Rogge Lane. Police said Walton had fired at officers before leaving the home while holding a child hostage. An…
 
Video from the Jan. 5 shooting of Alexander Gonzales in a Southeast Austin traffic incident will not be released until April 4 because of delays related to last month's freezing weather, Austin police said Wednesday. In May, Austin Police Chief Brian Manley signed a policy that says police will release video from shootings involving officers within…
 
Austin Water officials said Wednesday that they saw warning signs 24 hours before a plant shutdown helped trigger widespread losses of running water during the winter storm, but that they held off on issuing a public warning because they feared it would spark a panic. Utility leaders revealed on Wednesday new details about how they acted and reacte…
 
Austin Mayor Steve Adler criticized Gov. Greg Abbott's decision to lift Texas' mask mandate, suggesting in sharp language that the decision was politically driven and meant to divert attention from the state's responsibility for last month's energy shortage that left 4 million households without power. Adler made the remarks Wednesday morning durin…
 
Texas' top health official said Wednesday he did not speak with Gov. Greg Abbott before the governor announced Tuesday he would end his statewide mask order and "open Texas 100%." Dr. John Hellerstedt told state lawmakers he "did not have a personal conversation" with Abbott ahead of the governor's announcement, which has been widely criticized by …
 
The president and chief executive officer of the state's electric grid operator was fired from his post on Wednesday night. The board of directors at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas voted 6-1 to remove Bill Magness from his post, delivering a "60 days' termination notice" to the executive. His termination is the latest in a series of depa…
 
Most Austin-area school officials say they will continue to require students and staff to wear masks in their facilities despite Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order Tuesday lifting state-mandated rules for face coverings. The Texas Education Agency on Wednesday updated its pandemic-related guidance for school districts but kept its regulations on ma…
 
Most school and childcare workers in Texas are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, state health officials announced Wednesday. Texas has lagged behind other states in expanding vaccinations to school teachers, and the state's move to do so comes roughly three months after those 65 and older or with certain health conditions were added to …
 
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An East Texas Republican wants to name a portion of Interstate 35 in downtown Austin with language mocking Mayor Steve Adler for the city's homelessness problem. State Rep. Bryan Slaton, a Republican from Royse City, filed House Bill 2471 Monday to designate the stretch of the interstate from Fourth Street to 11th Street the Steve Adler Public Rest…
 
Does Elon Musk have plans to build a manufacturing facility for SpaceX, his aerospace and space transportation company, in Central Texas? Musk and SpaceX haven't formally announce any such plans, but the company's job site currently lists openings for two SpaceX engineering positions in Austin – and one of the postings reads: "To keep up with globa…
 
Water Mission, a Christian engineering nonprofit, is collaborating with Austin Disaster Relief Network and Plumbers Without Borders to provide free services to Central Texas residents with burst pipes and extensive water damage from last month’s winter storm. Homeowners who need plumbing repairs as a result of the frigid temperatures can call the C…
 
About ten people were displaced from their homes Tuesday afternoon after what may have been an electrical fire at a West Campus apartment complex, Austin fire officials said. Officials said five condos at the complex were affected by the fire, which occurred at the 2400 block of Rio Grande Street in West Campus. Officials said the people who were d…
 
The husband of a Hutto teacher has been accused in her disappearance after police questioned him and bloodstains were found in the couple's bedroom in their Georgetown apartment. Police said they discovered a letter that 48-year-old Travis Hall had written to his adult son and daughter confessing he had killed their mother. Julie Hall was reported …
 
Acting on a challenge from the Texas attorney general's office, a state appeals court blocked a Tuesday hearing that was to feature two agency executives who were fired last year after accusing Attorney General Ken Paxton of criminal acts. The appeal has the possibility of delaying action on the case for months, if not longer. The case involves a w…
 
The Texas Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Austin City Council to change recently adopted ballot language for a proposed camping ban ordinance, ruling that voters would be misled unless the wording were changed. According to the 6-to-3 ruling, the change should be rather simple to make: Delete one word — "anyone" — that was used twice in the ba…
 
The Austin Police Department's training academy could reopen before the summer after department leaders say they've agreed to a number of changes recommended by a New York consulting group the city hired to look into how cadets are trained. After being briefed on the changes Tuesday, Austin Mayor Steve Adler and several City Council members express…
 
Scientists disagree about whether there could be a connection between global warming and February's cold and snow. But regardless, scientists say rising temperatures on the planet will result in more frequent and intense extreme weather events in Texas and beyond, and this year’s storm shows how much work remains for the state to be adequately prep…
 
Business operators in Austin and throughout Central Texas expressed a mix of uncertainty, anger and relief after Gov. Greg Abbott's announced that he's lifting the mask mandate in Texas. H-E-B said employees will still be required to wear masks and customers would be encouraged to do so as well. Dianne Scott, publicity director of the Continental C…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott's move to end Texas' mask mandate and ease other COVID-19 restrictions came over fierce objections from public health officials, who argue the move could threaten steady but fragile progress against the virus. During a joint session with the Travis County Commissioners Court and Austin City Council on Tuesday, Austin’s health chief…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday it's time to "open Texas 100%" and end the statewide mask order, citing declining hospitalizations across the state as more people are vaccinated against the coronavirus. Abbott issued a new executive order, which will take effect March 10 and rescind most of his earlier orders, including restrictions on business occup…
 
DC National Guard chief says it took more than three hours to approve request to send troops to Capitol on Jan. 6th; McCaul agrees Secy of Army needs to testify to explain why National Guard wasn’t deployed sooner; Biden admin hits Russia after intel shows FSB responsible for poisoning Putin critic; Biden: “neanderthal thinking” by states to stop m…
 
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