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A conversation about Social Security fraud, the next GOP nominee, troubling research about teenage drivers, a teen in foster care wins Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen pageant
Today’s news and a conversation about the issues with the Social Security Administration, plus: commentary about the next GOP nominee, troubling new research about distracted teen drivers, a report about a teenager in foster care who has won Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen pageant, and more
Bergdahl: Formal charges are filed against Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl.
FOIA: House Oversight Committee Wednesday approved a sweeping revision of the Freedom of Information Act.
Nuclear talks: A bipartisan group of 367 lawmakers has sent President Obama a letter reminding him that permanent sanctions relief for Iran requires congressional approval.
Redistricting: A split Supreme Court Wednesday sent Alabama’s legislative district map fight back to lower court for reconsideration.
Pregnant workers: Another ruling handed down Wednesday gave pregnant workers a green light to sue for workplace discrimination.
Israel: The White House continues to give Israel the cold shoulder amid rifts with the nation over Iran nuclear talks and a Palestinian state.
Obamacare: Marking the 5th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, President Obama praised its achievements Wednesday.
Business/economy: The markets dropped sharply on Wednesday, due partly to a weak durable goods report.
Social Security fraud: A conversation with Sen. Ron Johnson
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, who chairs the committee that oversees the Social Security Administration, discusses the problems with Social Security.
Commentary: The next GOP nominee
Commentator Cal Thomas says, “The challenge for Cruz, and all other GOP candidates, will be a very crowded field and finite resources.”
Troubling new research on teenage distracted drivers
Read “Distraction and Teen Crashes: Even Worse than We Thought” from AAA.
Teen in foster care wins Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen pageant
Read “Kaitlynn Campbell crowned 2015 Miss Alabama's Outstanding Teen” from AL.com.