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Reporter is a Texas Monthly podcast examining the latest in Texas news and politics.

    A Farewell to Legendary Texas Political Reporter R.G. Ratcliffe

    A Farewell to Legendary Texas Political Reporter R.G. Ratcliffe

    After more than four decades as one of the state’s top political reporters, Ratcliffe has decided to retire from Texas Monthly.

    • 23 min
    Will There Be A Showdown Over Funding The Border Wall?

    Will There Be A Showdown Over Funding The Border Wall?

    Reporter speaks with a Texas congressman on the appropriations committee ahead of Friday’s possible shutdown of some parts of the federal government.

    • 19 min
    So, Who Did Shoot J.R.? Why We Still Care About ‘Dallas’ (Part 2)

    So, Who Did Shoot J.R.? Why We Still Care About ‘Dallas’ (Part 2)

    In the second and final installment of this podcast, Max Marshall flies to Los Angeles to meet Dallas's stars. Hear interviews with a righteous Linda Gray, a forthright Charlene Tilton, a tearful Patrick Duffy, and others.

    • 14 min
    Who Shot JR: Why We Still Care About 'Dallas' (Part 1)

    Who Shot JR: Why We Still Care About 'Dallas' (Part 1)

    In the first of two podcast episodes, Max Marshall talks about binge-watching 200 hours of 'Dallas' to figure it out.

    • 17 min
    Reporter Who Witnessed More Than 400 Executions Reflects on Career

    Reporter Who Witnessed More Than 400 Executions Reflects on Career

    In a Texas Monthly Reporter podcast, we talk with Houston Associated Press journalist Michael Graczyk, who retired this week after a 45-year-long career in which he witnessed more executions than perhaps anyone in the modern era of capital punishment.

    • 22 min
    Democratic Challenger: Indicted Attorney General is Unacceptable

    Democratic Challenger: Indicted Attorney General is Unacceptable

    Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton is under indictment on securities fraud charges stemming from his private law practice from before he won the 2014 election. Paxton claims the indictment is politically motivated. But the case keeps pending. Democratic lawyer Justin Nelson is telling voters to rid themselves of the shame of having the state’s chief law enforcement officer under indictment.

    • 19 min

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