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Getting the Story, teaching millennials financial management
Today's news and a conversation with Mindy Belz about her article on whether the Clinton State Department downplayed terror attacks, plus: a report about millennials and money, commentary from Cal Thomas, and more.
ISIS: Iraqi security forces and Shiite militia fought their way into Fallujah.
Flooding: Six people are now dead after torrential rains and severe flooding in central Texas.
Weather: Tropical Depression Bonnie continues to inch her way up the east coast.
Travel: A computer failure stranded hundreds of international travelers this weekend.
Cheating: The University of Iowa is investigating an alleged cheating ring.
Gorilla: People are signing an online petition protesting the killing of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Getting the Story: Did the Clinton State Department downplay terror attacks to protect the Clinton Family Foundation?
Mindy Belz is the Senior Editor of WORLD Magazine.
Churches teaching millennials about financial management
WORLD Radio's Christina Darnell continues our occasional series on millennials and money.
Commentary: Rules? What rules?
Commentator Cal Thomas is author of What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America.