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'The Dead March': The U.S. Mexico War, America's First War On Foreign Soil

The Mexican-American War is "substantially underrated," says historian Peter Guardino. After annexing Texas in 1845, the United States' pursuit of territorial expansion led a military campaign south to Mexico. The conflict, which began in 1846 and ended by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848, is also known under various other terms, including the "North American Intervention" – a more common distinction in Mexico.

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Is San Antonio A 'Music-Friendly’ City?

San Antonio's music industry contributes an estimated $930 million to the local economy, according to a recent study mandated by the City of San Antonio.

Duration: 00:47:47

Bexar County In Top 5 For Tuberculosis Cases In Texas

Tuberculosis is responsible for more deaths than any other infectious disease worldwide, according to the American Society for Microbiology .

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Delving Into The Impact Of 'Psychedelic Popular Music'

When the subculture of psychedelia emerged in the early 1960s, the social movement influenced elements of music, visual arts, politics and literature for years to come.

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San Antonio's Bioscience-Medicine Industry Could Help Solve City's Top Health Problems

The healthcare and bioscience sector is one of San Antonio's leading industries. In 2015, the industry had a $37 billion impact on the San Antonio economy and employed more than 1 out of 6 people with jobs in the city.

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Parades, Processions, Protests: What Are The Rules In San Antonio & How Could They Change?

City officials are looking into ways to remove financial requirements and simplify the process of coordinating public demonstrations between event organizers, The City of San Antonio and the San Antonio Police Department.

Duration: 00:47:08

The Next Movement: Can The San Antonio Symphony Find Stability?

For musicians and patrons of the San Antonio Symphony, the last few weeks have seen a dramatic turn of events as troubling management and union contract negotiations raised many questions about the symphony's future.

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San Antonio Is Looking For Its Next Official Wordsmith

The city's poet-in-chief is charged with promoting poetry and public awareness about the literary arts.

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80 Percent Of San Antonio Drivers Commute To Work Alone

How can San Antonio drivers be convinced to carpool or use public transit to get to work? A new working group aims to find answers.

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Displacement, Murder Of Mexican Journalists Show Dangers For Free Press In Americas

Outside of conflict zones, Mexico was the most dangerous place for journalists in 2017. The number of journalists killed in Mexico because of their reporting has "reached a historical high," according to a report by the Committee to Protect Journalists .

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Cash, Credit, Cryptocurrency: How Do You Choose To Pay?

From Square and Venmo to Apple Pay and mobile apps custom-made by banks, there are numerous ways to exchange money or manage finances online and on-the-go. Ninety-four percent of consumers surveyed by the Federal Reserve in 2015 reported using a mobile phone to check an account balance or recent transactions, while 58 percent said they transferred money between accounts on a mobile phone. Are these digital technologies simply trends or do they have staying power? How are mobile apps and...

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So Long, 2017: A Look Ahead Into San Antonio's Tricentennial Year

On New Year's Day, "The Source" is wrapping up 2017 and looking toward the new year.

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Finding Heroes of Texas Music 'All Over The Map'

Based on music writer Michael Corcoran's interviews with hitmakers across the state, the latest edition of " All Over The Map " highlights the heroes of Texas music, both on the stage and behind the scenes.

Duration: 00:47:59

'To Disco With Love': Music, Culture, Politics In The 70s

The 1970s in America was the era of disco, the dance phenomena that gave us "The Hustle" dance move, the Solid Gold Dancers , musician Donna Summer and the film "Saturday Night Fever."

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NYC's Indie Rock Scene Spawned A Post-9/11 Rock 'N' Roll Renaissance

A wave of uncertainty in America after the events of September 11, 2001, coincided with a time in New York City when rock 'n' roll was struggling to find its place. The years following led to a rebirth of the rock genre as we know it.

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Shoppers Are More Vulnerable To Cyberattacks During The Holidays. Is Your Data Safe?

Web and mobile outlets are now the easiest avenues for crossing off items on holiday shopping lists.

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San Antonio Prioritizes Education, Treatment And Prevention Of AIDS

This month, San Antonio became the fourteenth municipality in the U.S. to join the Fast Track Cities initiative – an international agreement to accelerate local response to AIDS.

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A New Nationwide Tax Bill Could Pass This Week. How Would It Impact Texans?

After weeks of debate in both the House and the Senate, lawmakers in Washington, D.C. are expected to vote on changes to the U.S. tax system this week .

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SA Tomorrow Progress Report: The City Plans For A Growing San Antonio

San Antonio's framework for city-wide development through 2040 is now a year into production. What was accomplished in 2017?

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