Neo-Nazi ideology promotes hostility towards minorities, or in some cases the revolutionary creation of a fascist political state. How big of a threat are white supremacist ideologies and what incites someone to commit an act of domestic terrorism in the name of hate?
The American Academy of Pediatrics says that hitting and shaming as disciplinary tools can be harmful to children and lead to life-long consequences. What disciplinary methods should be used instead to teach kids what's right and wrong?
Schizophrenia is a complex, long-term illness with symptoms that can include hallucinations, delusions, cognitive issues and disorganized thinking. Approximately 3.2 million Americans have this chronic disease, which interferes with a person’s ability to think clearly, manage emotions, make decisions and relate to others. Why is diagnosis difficult?
Joe Gonzales captured winning majorities in Bexar County's contentious race for district attorney in 2018, defeating incumbent Nico LaHood and Republican challenger Tylden Shaeffer. The Bexar County district attorney-elect speaks about his public safety priorities ahead of taking office in the new year.
Historically, San Antonio's culinary scene has been firmly planted in blends of Tex-Mex, but has now progressed to "Tex-Next." How can an international distinction change the future of food in the area? San Antonio World Heritage Office director Colleen Swain, Pharm Table chef Elizabeth Johnson, Texas poet laureate Carmen Tafolla, and the Express-News' Paul Stephen speak on "The Source."
Need to start looking for healthcare coverage but don't know where to start? Confused about what's going on with the Affordable Care Act? Get America Covered co-founder Joshua Peck, EnrollSA's Jose Ibarra, and KUT Austin reporter Ashley Lopez join "The Source."
In the last 50 years, San Antonio has become a world-class metro area. But this transformation didn't just happen by accident. Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff speaks to "The Source" about the local initiatives that shape modern San Antonio.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world of builders, the battle royale-style video game Fortnite is all about survival. The game has grown into a cultural phenomenon in the last year. What makes Fornite so influential? Author Jordan Shapiro, Dexerto Network producer Troy Tuttle and Alamo City eLeagues founder Chris Saenz speak to "The Source."
Tribute bands reproduce another group’s music to keep it alive for an interested audience and San Antonio is definitely interested. What's behind the homage industry? What keeps fans coming back for more? The San Antonio Current's Sanford Nowlin, local musician Nathan Alvarado and the University of Rochester's John Covach speak on "The Source."
The Miranda warning guarantees your right as a citizen to an attorney and legal representation if you can't afford one. Does this court-appointed counsel work in the best interest of the accused? Experts from the Texas Indigent Defense Commission, National Legal Aid & Defender Association, and St. Mary's University's Center for Legal and Social Justice speak on "The Source."
Where do we draw the line on what kids can wear to school? Education repo rter Krista Torralva of the San Antonio Express-News, Vox culture writer Nadra Nittle and Joy Baskin from the Texas Association of School Boards speak on "The Source."
It's the street that literally cuts through the island of Manhattan and figuratively through almost every city in America: Broadway. Author Fran Leadon speaks about the architectural behemoths which built up Broadway and shares what we can learn from the iconic road's expansive history on "The Source" at noon on Wednesday.
Occasions like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and even New Year's Eve can be painful reminders for anyone missing their loved ones. What are some healthy ways to deal with loss on difficult days? Author Kathleen Fraser and Leslie Wood from Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas speak on "The Source" Tuesday at noon.
How has America’s attitude toward recycling changed over the years? What more can be done to educate and empower people to start recycling or improve the status quo? Experts on the forefront of recycling efforts in the state – from K eep Texas Beautiful, The State of Texas Alliance for Recycling, and the City of San Antonio – speak to "The Source" on National Recycling Day, Thursday at noon.
The unfortunate pattern of gun violence and mass shootings are growing more frequent in American society. How did guns become such a significant part of our culture? Can common ground be found moving forward on gun policy? Experts and researchers speak on the social and legal aspects of America's connection to guns on "The Source" Wednesday at noon.
Transgender rights in the United States are reportedly under review by the federal government. How do individuals who idenitfy as trans handle issues of safety, visibility and identity? Members of the transgender community and representatives from Equality Texas, the National Center for Lesbian Rights and the San Antonio Gender Association speak on "The Source."
This Veterans Day, how does Military City, U.S.A. honor and support women veterans? What more can be done to help women who served in the military transition back to civilian life? U.S. Army veterans Robin Harder and Laly Cholak speak on "The Source."