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Healing television, fall TV, an Arkansas bar church
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas discusses a television series on PBS that could have a healing effect on racism, plus: WORLD News Group film critic Megan Basham provides her thoughts on the television shows set to air in the fall, the TW&E series Church Life takes a look at a bar church in Arkansas, and more
Libya Dawn: The U.S. embassy in Libya has been taken over by Islamic militants from the group Libya Dawn. The State Department evacuated the embassy during heavy sectarian fighting.
Terrorism: British Prime Minister David Cameron is attempting to combat homegrown and foreign Islamic terrorists by cracking down on travel.
Jihad: A former jihadi who now helps fight terrorism says Islamic militants are recruiting young Muslims who feel out of place in American society.
Wildfires: WORLD News Group’s Jim Henry reports that news are battling major wildfires in northern California.
Abortion: PBS has chosen to broadcast a documentary film described by PBS as a “deeply humanizing and probing portrait” of late term abortionists.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that as the U.S. opens the markets after the Labor Day holiday, traders have a lot to consider.
Commentary: Healing television
Commentator Cal Thomas examines “Find Your Roots,” a PBS television series that seeks to get to the bottom of the issue of racism.
Fall television line-up
WORLD News Group film critic Megan Basham talks about the television shows lined-up for the fall.
Church Life: An Arkansas church that meets in a bar
Today our monthly Church Life series visits Grace Point Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
This piece is reported by WORLD News Group’s Mary Reichard. It was produced by Kristen Eicher.