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Immigration, abortion, Google's cleanup plan, and Cal Thomas on a big media blind spot
Today's news and a status report on the Senate's immigration-reform bill, plus: a report on House approval of pro-life legislation aimed at protecting unborn babies capable of feeling pain, a discussion on Google's project to eliminate child pornography and sexual abuse from the internet, commentator Cal Thomas on big journalism's big blind spot, and more
A summary of the Wednesday morning news
A Republican-led House committee guides NSA chief Keith Alexander through controversial questions.
G-8 leaders at odds over Bashar al-Assad remaining in power over Syria.
The House approves an ambitious pro-life bill.
Hispanic evangelicals take to Washington to lobby for immigration reform.
Today's market report from Warren Cole Smith.
Immigration reform bill proving difficult to reform
Senators seeking to amend immigration reform are seeing their proposals fail, prompting conservative activists to warn history may repeat.
Kent Covington is a senior correspondent for The World and Everything in It.
Genevieve Wood is Vice President of The Heritage Foundation.
Stopping the next Gosnell
The U.S. House of Representatives approves the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, barring most abortions after 20 weeks.
For more about the bill, read this article by WORLD reporter J.C. Derrick.
Scrubbing the web
Google undertaking extensive project to eliminate child pornography and sexual abuse from the internet.
Michael Cochrane covers science and technology for The World and Everything in It.
A cure for what "Ailes" the news media
Commentator Cal Thomas on a big media blind spot that Fox News' Roger Ailes has clearly understood.
Cal Thomas is America's most widely syndicated columnist.