The WYP panel talks about Mayor Turner's recent plea with the City Council that water and wastewater rates in Houston are going to have to go up in order to cover the cost of repair and replacement of pipes in the city's water system.
The WYP panel talks about The final Presidential debate and the topics of pandemic management and healthcare
The WYP panel shares their thoughts after the Vice Presidential Debate on October 7, 2020
How did they feel after watching President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden debate? Did any of our panelists change their minds about the election?
Can anything that happens during the presidential debates change their minds?
The WYP panel discusses the release of the body cam footage in the Nicolas Chavez shooting, the firing of 4 HPD officers, and public reaction.
Greg Groogan talks about Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzales and the limited number of lives lost at the Harris County jail during the coronavirus pandemic.
The WYP panel debates the return of college football.
The WYP panel discusses the recent changes in Title IX policies regarding sexual harassment on campus
The WYP panel discusses recent guidelines made by Judge Lina Hidalgo for Harris County school districts and the return to the classroom for students this fall.
The WYP panel talks about the Austin City Council cutting the police department budget by $150 million
The WYP panel talks about the latest effort in social correctness as NASA removes offensive names of cosmic objects.
The WYP panel talks about the latest social media controversy involving President Trump.
The WYP panel debates gun control in a week that saw the passing on 1 year since the El Paso Wal-Mart shooting.
The WYP panel talks about Biden's chances to take Texas in the November election
The WYP panel talks about the 2020 census, it's importance and the impact of ending one month earlier than previously scheduled.
New York Attorney general says the National Rifle Association is fraught with fraud and abuse.
While people are social distancing, it may seem like we're losing the connections with our loved ones. Now is the time to reconnect and reinvest in those relationships.
British comedian Chris McGlade wrote a poem titled "The Right to Hate", it's an expression of frustration about political correctness and after millions reacted on social media, Chris decided to create a new version of the poem featuring all the voices that agreed with him.
The Face Off team debates if the government should set curfews and shut down small businesses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.