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A conversation about telemedicine, question time in Britain, Let the Candidate Speak
Today’s news and a conversation about telemedicine, plus: commentary from Cal Thomas about the British election debates, an address from GOP candidate Dr. Ben Carson, and more
Terrorism: An American convert to Islam has been identified as one of two gunmen who attacked a free speech event in Garland, Texas on Sunday.
NYPD: A New York City police officer has died of wounds after being shot in the face Saturday night.
Baltimore: The decision by Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby to charge six police officers with the murder of a man who died in police custody is getting criticism.
GOP: Two more presidential candidates joined the GOP field Monday.
Kerry in Kenya: Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Nairobi, Kenya to commemorate the site of a 1998 al Qaeda attack on the US embassy.
Israel: Tensions remain high in Israel following a violent demonstration in Tel Aviv late Sunday.
Business news: The markets were mostly higher on Monday, responding favorably to a report on new orders for manufactured goods.
A conversation about telemedicine
Marousa Placiotis is with MD-Plus, a nationwide telemedicine firm.
Commentary: Question time in Britain
Commentator Cal Thomas says of the British election debates, “Unlike the structured and boring “debates” among and between U.S presidential candidates where journalists ask the questions, this event was far more interesting and informative.”
‘Let the Candidate Speak’: Dr. Ben Carson
Today we present the presidential announcement address by retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson. Dr. Carson officially entered the 2016 race for the Republican nomination with a speech yesterday in Detroit.