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A new and unique challenge to Obamacare, The Star of Bethlehem
Today’s news and a conversation with Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt about a legal challenge to the individual mandate, plus: TW&E technology correspondent Michael Cochrane talks with Rick Larson, host of the bestselling DVD, The Star of Bethlehem, and more
Changes to NSA: The White House has released a key intelligence review one month early, citing bad reporting as the cause. The review proposes changes to the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance program.
Not seeking reelection: After 33 years in the US House of Representatives, Virginia Republican Congressman Frank Wolf announced yesterday that he will not seek a 19th term.
Frivolous spending: On the Senate side of the Capitol, a new report uncovers nearly 30 billion dollars in government waste. Senator Tom Coburn is out with his annual Wastebook that details projects squandering nearly 30 billion tax dollars.
Wildfires: Crews in California are making progress containing the wildfire in Big Sur.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the Federal Reserve took the first step toward exiting its controversial bond-buying program. The move sent stocks upward.
A unique Obamacare challenge
Senior correspondent Kent Covington speaks with Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt about his state’s legal challenge that cuts to the heart of Obamacare