The World and Everything in It

Sept. 16, 2014
The World and Everything in It

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Evaluating Hillary Clinton for president, celebrating the nation’s religious heritage, remembering songwriter Bob Crewe, a visit with a South Dakota family one year after Storm Atlas

Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas talks about the things Hillary Clinton must overcome before beginning a 2016 presidential bid, plus: AP’s Steve Coleman reports on Republicans celebrating the religious heritage of our nation reflecting on 200 years since the national anthem was penned, remembering songwriter Bob Crewe, WORLD News Group’s Jill Nelson visits a South Dakota rancher a year after Storm Atlas killed their cattle, livestock, and devastated his family, and more

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Tuesday news

Benghazi: New evidence has surfaced of a cover up on Benghazi according to a former high-ranking State Department official.

ISIL: The coalition against ISIL is long on promises and short on troops.

Terrorists at home: Attorney General Eric Holder has announced a new coordinated effort to root out homegrown terrorists.

Severe weather: Hurricane Odile is wreaking havoc in Baja California in route to the Southwestern United States.

Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that investors remained cautious on Monday ahead of the Fed’s two-day meeting, which starts today. 

Commentary: Evaluating Hillary Clinton

Commentator Cal Thomas talks about the hurdles Hillary would have to jump before beginning a presidential bid for 2016. 

Celebrating the nation’s religious heritage

AP’s Steve Coleman reports on Republicans celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner. 

Remembering songwriter Bob Crewe

Bob Crewe and his collaborator Bob Gaudio wrote songs for Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons that helped define an era. Crewe’s work frequently shows up in historic media markers for the baby-boom generation. “Walk Like a Man” made appearances in television and film, from the series Chicago Hope and The Sopranos, to the movie Mrs. Doubtfire.

A visit with a South Dakota ranching family, a year after a devastating blizzard

The Storm Atlas blizzard struck unexpectedly in early October of last year, killing tens of thousands of cattle and other livestock.

Learn more about the Lonetree Ranch near Sturgis, S.D. 

Sept. 16, 2014


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