Austin's Morning Show

FRANCISCA ORTEGA The Associated Press Her two boys and two girls were healthy and doing well Wednesday after being born July 6 by Caesarean section in what doctors said was a rare occurrence of multiple births. Magdaleno, 40, said she was shocked when her doctor told her she was...
Donna Leinwand USA TODAY The number of schools testing students for drug use is rising as legal barriers to testing have fallen, funding for it has jumped and schools have begun to expand the categories of students who can be screened. Since the Supreme Court ruled in 2002 that...
Richard B. Schmitt L.A. TIMES The Bush administration is considering requiring U.S. banks, for the first time, to inform the government of all their customers' international wire transfers, regardless of possible terrorist ties, a Treasury Department official said Tuesday. Such...
KATIE KELLEY New York Times Colorado legislators have struck a compromise over illegal immigration law, forging a deal that Democrats and Republicans said could be the most far-reaching state overhaul in the country. The law will restrict nonemergency benefits like food stamps,...
THE WASHINGTON POST The House easily approved a bill Tuesday to curb online poker games, sports betting and other forms of Internet-based wagering that have become increasingly popular. The bill seeks to restrain the booming but difficult-to-regulate Internet gambling business...
PETE YOST Associated Press Now that Karl Rove won't be indicted, now that the president won't fire him, now that it really doesn't matter anymore, more details of the Valerie Plame leak investigation trickle out. In his latest syndicated column released Wednesday, columnist...
ABC NEWS It's easy to name the things that make you happy, but measuring the emotion itself is more difficult. Still, the official study of happiness as a science is booming, and research projects, books, and even college courses are dedicated to it. The most popular course at...
Greg Toppo USA TODAY The nation's largest teachers union has spent more than $8 million in a stealth campaign against President Bush's education reform law, paying for research and political opposition in an effort to derail it, according to a Washington think tank that supports...
Dana Priest WASHINGTON POST Five years after the attacks on the United States, the Bush administration faces the prospect of reworking key elements of its anti-terrorism effort in light of challenges from the courts, Congress and European allies crucial to counterterrorism...