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This Veterans Day, how does Military City, U.S.A. honor and support women veterans? What more can be done to help women who served in the military transition back to civilian life? U.S. Army veterans Robin Harder and Laly Cholak speak on "The Source" Monday at noon. 

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The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund was founded 50 years ago to defend the rights of Mexican-Americans in the U.S. We explored some of the organization’s victories with Nina Perales, vice president of litigation for the organization (01:02). And, a new play is shedding a light on some Latino Vietnam veterans who have gone unaccounted for decades (16:45).


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A local electric scooter company is hoping to take the company national.

Blue Duck, which was valued at $75 million last week, has collected a $15 million loan to expand and hire more employees, said company officials.

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The Vietnam War's indelible impression on America's history and consciousness. Vietnam veterans living in Texas share their recollections in the new documentary, "Mark of War." Director Ricardo Ainslie and Eduardo Garza, a San Antonio-based poet and subject in the film, speak on "The Source" Monday at noon.

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It's a tale of two diseases. Researchers at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute are trying to figure out if being infected with malaria can help a person infected with Ebola fight off the disease.


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