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Obama’s executive action on immigration, commentary on violence in Israel, a look ahead to Monday’s International Day of the Bible, Pat Boone’s likely final album
Today’s news and Genevieve Wood of the Heritage Foundation talks about the implications of the president’s executive action on immigration, plus: commentator Cal Thomas talks about violence and hatred against Israel, a preview of Monday’s International Day of the Bible, Pat Boone releases what is likely to be his final album, and more
Obamacare: Lawmakers on Capitol Hill Wednesday grilled Obamacare’s former top technical officer, Todd Park, on continuing security problems at healthcare.gov and the botched 2013 rollout.
Keystone pipeline: The Keystone bill failed Tuesday night by one vote, killing the measure for the lame duck session. But Republicans say the legislation is anything but dead.
Military: The House Armed Services Committee is looking into religious freedom in the military.
Business/economy: Stocks were mostly down Wednesday as investors waited on the minutes of the last Federal Reserve meeting.
Obama prepares for executive action on immigration
Genevieve Wood of the Heritage Foundation talks about the implications of the president’s executive action on immigration.
Commentary: Violence and hatred against Israel
About the violence in Israel, Cal Thomas says, “The Islamists are fighting to win. We aren’t.”
A look ahead to Monday’s International Day of the Bible
Richard Glickstein is president of the National Bible Association, sponsor of the International Day of the Bible. Supporting organizations include the American Bible Society, YouVersion, Bible Gateway, and Scripture Union.
Pat Boone releases what is likely to be his final album
Learn more about Pat Boone’s new gospel album Legacy.