KBTX’s Chief White House Correspondent Jon Decker joined First News at Four to break down what’s going on in Washington including the likelihood of the marriage rights bill passing in the Senate and the upcoming Jan. 6 hearing.
A history-making spring in Texas is laying the groundwork for a contentious final four months in the race to lead the state, where Republican incumbent Greg Abbott remains the favorite but is confronting his toughest Democratic opponent yet in Beto O’Rourke.
President Biden appeared to be changing U.S. policy towards Taiwan during a news conference on his visit to Asia, when he stated that the U.S. was committed to defending Taiwan with military action if China were to invade.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin met with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy in Kyiv to reinforce U.S. support and to announce that U.S. diplomats would be returning to Ukraine.
Dwayne Whitten a professor a Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School joined First News at Four to explain how why they think this, who Russia is likely to target, and what people can do to protect themselves.
Nathan Crick, a professor of rhetoric and public affairs at Texas A&M’s Department of Communication, joined First News at Four to discuss how the U.S. and Russia have used TikTok creators to spread information.
Andrew S. Natsios, an Executive Professor at the Bush School and Director of Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs, joined First News at Four to give his take on Russia/Ukraine and talk about the upcoming event.
Bush is the underdog in the race. He had fewer votes than Paxton in the primary, and Paxton carries the coveted endorsement from former President Donald Trump. But the incumbent is still battling his felony indictment and a newer FBI investigation.