Making The Case

The annual "Secret Sister" gift exchange is back, but the Better Business Bureau is warning it's an illegal pyramid scheme. FOX26 anchor Kaitlin Monte speaks with attorney Charles Adams, who's making the case that these scams are a problem even if you think they worked in your favor.

What happens if a vaccine gets approved before it's truly safe?

Pfizer officially requested emergency approval of their COVID-19 vaccine on Friday. It is one of the fastest developed vaccines in history, and surveys suggest as many as half of Americans feel uncomfortable taking it this soon. FOX26 anchor Kaitlin Monte spoke to attorney Charles Adams about who gets held responsible when vaccines go wrong.


People are raising concerns after new rules allow Harris County criminals to remain free on trial while awaiting trial, even after committing new crimes.

Nationwide shutdown coming due to COVID-19

This week, a member of President-Elect Biden's team suggested they're considering a four to six week nationwide shutdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. Attorney Charles Adams is making the case that a president doesn't have the authority to do that.

What happened to Quawan 'Bobby' Charles?

The family of a 15-year-old Louisiana boy is seeking answers after he was found dead with serious traumatic injuries. There has been conflicting information surrounding the disappearance and death of Quawan 'Bobby' Charles. Now social media and national organizations are calling for justice.

Making the case

The FBI is investigating the possibility of federal charges for a Crosby teen who posted a video threatening to assassinate President-elect Joe Biden. FOX 26 Anchor Kaitlin Monte speaks with Houston attorney Charles Adams to learn more about the legalities around online threats, and what to do if it happens to you.