Austin's Morning Show

Stephanie Simon LA TIMES The fake rose petals strewn across the tablecloth gave Milton Hobbs' booth a romantic aura. He stacked crystal-cut perfume flasks in a pyramid and set out pink candles tied with ribbon. The effect was almost sexy — at least compared with the other booths...
DAVID MCGRATH SCHWARTZ REVIEW-JOURNAL If someone looks like he could use a meal, be warned: Giving him a sandwich in a Las Vegas park could land you in jail. The Las Vegas City Council passed an ordinance Wednesday that bans providing food or meals to the indigent for free or a...
Haaretz Staff and News Agencies Two IDF soldiers were killed and six others were wounded in heavy clashes with Hezbollah just inside south Lebanon, close to Moshav Avivim, on Thursday afternoon. Hezbollah fired mortar shells in the area in effort to disrupt the rescue of the...
Alex Jones will join Mark, Ed, and Sgt. Sam live this morning at 8:50am.
Rita Stephan recently got out of Lebanon and will join Austin's Morning News on July 24th, from 9am to 10am. to discuss her trip and time in Lebanon.
Janet Hook LA TIMES President Bush, defying a bipartisan majority in Congress and a strong current in public opinion, exercised the first veto of his presidency Wednesday by blocking an expansion of federal support for embryonic stem cell research that he considered immoral...
Julie Appleby USA TODAY A federal judge Wednesday overturned a Maryland law aimed at Wal-Mart (WMT) that would have required the nation's largest retailer to spend more on health care for its workers. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Frederick Motz will be appealed, says a...
ANITA HASSAN Houston Chronicle Pearline Branch leaned her head back Wednesday afternoon and attempted to fan away the sweltering heat as she sat on her front porch in the Third Ward. But a slight breeze from the trees did nothing to cool the 71-year-old woman, who said being...
Sudarsan Raghavan and Thomas E. Ricks WASHINGTON POST Shayna Silverstein and her friends jumped into expensive taxis and sped from Beirut to Damascus, preferring to dodge bombs and bribe border officials rather than wait for the U.S. government to evacuate them. Ann Ainslay...