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Putting the brakes on accepting Syrian refugees, The Olasky Interview, terrorists as tourists
Today's news and a report on the refugee crisis, plus: WORLD editor-in-chief Marvin Olasky interviews Michael Franzese, commentary from Cal Thomas about the Obama administration's public take on the threat of Islamic extremism, and more
ISIS: French President Francois Hollande is scheduled to meet with President Obama about ISIS.
Security: Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says there is no credible threat against the US.
Immigrants: Record numbers of illegal immigrants are pouring across the border.
Murder: Law enforcement officials will prosecute two men for the murder of Amanda Blackburn.
Polling: A new Fox News poll says Marco Rubio has the best chance to defeat Hillary Clinton.
Religion: All Americans, including Muslims, should feel free to live out their faith.
Putting the brakes on accepting Syrian refugees
WORLD Radio's Jim Henry reports that the president has committed to bringing in up to ten-thousand Syrian refugees next year and more the year after, but Republicans and some Democrats want to put that on hold.
The Olasky Interview: From faith in the Godfather to faith in God
Commentary: Terrorists as tourists
Commentator Cal Thomas is the author of What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America.