Vice President Joe Biden made a stop in the Austin area to speak about curbing domestic violence — a cause he’s championed since at least 1994.

Earlier in the day, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius went before a congressional committee to defend the online portal to the Affordable Care Act.


Gov. Rick Perry cast his ballot in West Austin and talked about implementation of the state’s Voter ID law. He also commented on a House committee’s investigation of UT Regent Wallace Hall. We sat down with the Quorum Report‘s Harvey Kronberg to talk about the governor’s stance, and a new rumor tying the United Nations to the Alamo.


Former state Rep. Sid Miller may have hired an outspoken rock star to help lead his campaign, but the newly announced candidate for agriculture commissioner has his own record to talk about. We sat down with Miller for a one-on-one interview about Ted Nugent, water issues, feral hogs and more.