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With more and more indications that future wars will be fought largely in cyberspace, San Antonio Congressman Will Hurd is proposing the creation of a Cyber Security National Guard, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
Russia's alleged hacking campaign during the 2016 election “will be considered the most successful covert action operation in the history of Mother Russia," Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) wrote in an op-ed Sunday.
Why can't Washington, D.C. or Austin be more like San Antonio? Especially on days like Monday when at least 100,000 people did more than just show up on a cloudy, sometimes drizzly morning. They marched nearly three miles to honor Martin Luther King, Jr.
SAN ANTONIO - Now that Washington Republicans have started bringing down the hammer on the Affordable Care Act, Democratic lawmakers are wondering what's next.
Hundreds of thousands of people spent the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday honoring the past and preparing to have their voices heard in the future.
Monday morning's MLK Jr. march marked the 30th anniversary of the event organized by the San Antonio MLK Jr. Commission, a volunteer organization.
SAN ANTONIO - Despite some rain and clouds, thousands of people took to the streets of the city's East Side on Monday to honor the life and legacy of the late civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
March organizers expected about 300,000 people to attend the 30th annual march, considered to be among the largest in the country.
The city’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities celebrated it’s 30th anniversary with a few raindrops and thousands of smiling people working to keep the dream alive.
Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert says it’s a sign of starting the new year, coming together and marching for the issues people care about.
During the height of Martin Luther King Jr.’s fight for racial equality, interracial friendships like the one between local high school students Josh Lambert and Charles Trammel were often met with disapproval and, in some cases, violent opposition.
Donald Trump’s unlikely presidency that begins Friday brings measures of hope and alarm, with the potential of jarring change seldom seen in a nation viewed as the world's most stable.
This year marks the 30th Anniversary of San Antonio’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. March. Billed as one of the nation’s largest MLK marches, some 300,000 residents and local dignitaries are expected to participate. Mayor Ivy Taylor will be in attendance as well as Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, U.S. Senator John Cornyn, Rep. Will Hurd and Texas House Speaker Joe Straus.