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Dollars and sense, Let the Candidate Speak, Legal Docket, The History Book
Today’s news and an update on the markets and the economy, plus: a speech from Dr. Ben Carson at the annual meeting of the Urban League, a legal analysis of a historic case about compulsory public education, historical happenings in early August, and more
Egypt: Secretary of State John Kerry is in the Middle East trying to calm fears over the recent Iran nuclear deal.
Debate: The first Republican presidential debate is now just a few days away.
Abortion: The Senate could vote as early as today on defunding Planned Parenthood.
Debris: More aircraft debris is washing up on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
Police officer: For the third time in just four years, Memphis, Tennessee is mourning the loss of another police officer killed in the line of duty.
Missing: As dozens of wildfires burn across drought stricken northern California, investigators are looking into the tragic loss of one firefighter.
Box office: Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation took top weekend box office honors with an estimated 54-million dollars in ticket sales.
Dollars and sense: In a word, the economy is mediocre
Warren Cole Smith covers financial news for WORLD.
“Let the Candidate Speak”: Dr. Ben Carson
On Friday, Republican presidential hope Ben Carson addressed the annual meeting of the Urban League, one of America’s largest civil rights organizations.
Legal Docket: A historic case about compulsory public education
Mary Reichard is legal-affairs correspondent for WORLD Radio.
The History Book
Historical happenings in early August.