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White House Wednesday, positive lessons students can learn outside the classroom, the difference between fiscal and social conservatives
Today's news and White House Wednesday, a discussion about whether history might be repeating itself for Hillary Clinton, plus: WORLD Radio special correspondent Susan Olasky reports from a Mississippi football practice and an Alabama music rehearsal about about positive lessons students can learn outside the classroom, commentary from WORLD News Group founder Joel Belz about the difference between fiscal and social conservatives, and more
Police death: Officer Joseph Gliniewicz was shot and killed while pursuing three suspects.
Hillary emails: Some of Hillary’s emails contain information that is now classified.
IRS: A federal judge wonders if the White House illegally obtained taxpayer data.
Marriage: County clerk Kim Davis is still refusing to issue marriage licenses to homosexual couples.
Obamacare: A federal judge sided with an anti-abortion group on an Obamacare provision.
Migrants: More than a thousand migrants were locked out of trains bound for Austria and Germany.
Koran: British scholars say the Koran might predate the founding of Islam.
Financial news: The markets kicked off September with another big drop.
White House Wednesday: Is history repeating itself for Hillary Clinton?
For Hillary Clinton, the so-called inevitable nomination might pull up short.
Positive lessons teen students can learn outside the classroom
WORLD Radio special correspondent Susan Olasky reports today from a Mississippi football practice and an Alabama music rehearsal.
Commentary: "Are you a fiscal or social conservative?"
Joel Belz is the founder of WORLD News Group.