Austin's Morning Show

President Obama got angry at lawmakers who suggested in a private meeting that he should have armed the Syrian rebels, calling the criticism “horseshit.” The argument that America should have done more in Syria, made for years by foreign policy leaders in both parties and...
Days before the takeover of the Iraqi city of Mosul by the militant group calling itself the Islamic State, U.S. intelligence analysts were sharply divided over whether the group would seize the city, according to people familiar with the debate. U.S. officials saw initial...
A panel that reviews police shootings says Officer Jonathan Whitted was justified in fatally shooting John Schaefer last year but bore blame for the circumstances that led to the man’s death. “Through a series of missteps, Officer Whitted created the situation that justified his...
College students have heard a similar refrain for years in campaigns to stop sexual assault: No means no. Now, as universities that are facing pressure over the handling of rape allegations adopt policies to define consensual sex, California is poised to take it a step further...
Bullying in schools has been recognized as a serious and pervasive problem now for at least two decades. There is now also evidence, including from Britain and other European countries, North America and Australia, that traditional forms of bullying in schools have decreased...
Hillary Clinton, the front-runner among potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidates, is sharply distancing herself from President Obama's foreign policy, particularly in Syria, as Americans appear to continue losing confidence in his handling of key international affairs...
From binders and backpacks to USB drives and other gadgets, ballooning back-to-school supply lists are pinching poor families' budgets and creating what some see as a have and have-not public education system. "When it comes to things like school supplies, those are the things...
In sending warplanes back into the skies over Iraq , President Obama on Thursday night found himself exactly where he did not want to be. Hoping to end the war in Iraq, Mr. Obama became the fourth president in a row to order military action in that graveyard of American ambition...
U.S. lawmakers offered support Thursday evening for President Barack Obama's approval of targeted military strikes against Islamist militants in northern Iraq, while suggesting further U.S. actions may be necessary. Members of Congress responding to Mr. Obama's national address...