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Getting the Story, the East Region finalist for WORLD’s 2015 Hope Award, the mirror images of US and UK politics
Today’s news and a conversation with WORLD News Group reporter June Cheng about the small but growing Christian-school movement in China, plus: a profile of Church Hill Activities and Tutoring, WORLD News Group’s East Region Hope Award finalist, commentary from Cal Thomas about the mirror images of US and UK politics, and more
Television journalists killed: Friends and family of two TV journalists gunned down in Virginia yesterday are left with broken hearts.
French train gunman: The Moroccan suspect in the foiled train attack in France this week is facing charges of terrorism.
Clinton emails: Troubling new information now about classified material on former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
IRS: It looks like the use of personal email for government business … is a key component of the IRS political targeting scandal as well.
Wildfires: The US is in the middle of a severe fire season with nearly 12,000 square miles scorched so far, and the fires are still burning in several western states.
Unisex bathrooms: Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis is again under court order to issue same-sex marriage licenses.
Business news: Tuesday’s failed rebound resulted in a sixth straight day of losses on Wall Street, but on Wednesday the markets staged a modest comeback.
“Getting the Story”: The small but growing Christian-school movement in China
June Cheng author the current cover story in WORLD Magazine, "Off the Grid."
The East Region finalist for WORLD's 2015 Hope Award
Commentary: The mirror images of US and UK politics
Veteran columnist Cal Thomas is the author of What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America (Zondervan, 2014).