Austin's Morning Show

Dr. Goerge Freidman of Stratfor.com Will Join Austin's Morning News on Monday, August 28th, at 8:40am to discuss the latest news on Israel and Iraq.
Lawrence Wright will join Austin's Morning News to discuss his new book The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda And The Road To 9/11. Mr. Wright will be in studio for the eight o'clock hour of Austin's Morning News and we will be giving away copies of his book.
LARA JAKES JORDAN Associated Press Nearly all non-Mexican illegal immigrants caught sneaking into the United States are being held until they can be returned to their home countries, the Bush administration said today. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said this marks...
BILL CARTER The New York Times For the first time since it went on the air in 2000, the hit CBS reality television program “Survivor” will divide its teams — or tribes, as they are known on the show — along racial lines. For the first half of the series this fall, four teams of...
TAWNELL D. HOBBS The Dallas Morning News A proposal to ban saggy pants in Dallas gained steam Wednesday as City Council members discussed how to deal with the popular clothing trend. Several council members voiced support and asked the city attorney's office to research whether...
DAVID M. HALBFINGER The New York Times A day after Viacom’s chairman, Sumner M. Redstone, abruptly evicted Tom Cruise from his longstanding home on the Paramount movie lot, the war of words between the actor’s camp and Mr. Redstone and his allies was on the verge of escalating...
PEGGY FIKAC Houston Chronicle Gov. Rick Perry wants to spend another $100 million on border security if the U.S. government won't ante up, but some lawmakers aren't ready to commit to that much money for something they say is a federal responsibility. Perry, on the eve of a...
Jennifer Harper THE WASHINGTON TIMES They may have money in their purses and a decent salary, but many women fear they'll lose their income and end up a bag lady, forgotten and destitute. A "startling" 90 percent of women say they feel financially insecure, according to a survey...
Josh White THE WASHINGTON POST The Marine Corps is planning to call up as many as 2,500 Marine reservists for combat duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, dipping into a rarely used pool of troops to fill growing personnel gaps in units scheduled to deploy in coming months, officials...