A conversation with Stephen Meyer, Common Core education, a tribute to Dave Brubeck
Today’s news and WORLD News Group’s Daniel James Devine speaks with intelligent-design advocate Stephen Meyer, plus: education reporter Joy Pullman discusses Indiana’s withdrawal from Common Core education, a look at a multi-day tribute to Dave Brubeck, and more
School stabbing: 20 students were injured at Franklin Regional High School near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania after a sophomore student armed with 2 knives went on a rampage.
Equal pay: WORLD News Group’s Jim Henry reports that Democrats are hoping an equal pay campaign will save them in the midterm elections.
Public schools: More than 60 New York City churches that meet in public schools on the weekends got a boost from Mayor Bill De Blasio. Former mayor Michael Bloomberg had been fighting to evict the congregations citing separation of church and state.
Network merger: A proposed cable network merger heightens concerns over political bias and favoritism.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were higher on Wednesday as US wholesale inventories increased point-five percent in February.
A conversation with Stephen Meyer
WORLD News Group’s science writer Daniel James Devine speaks with Stephen Meyer, an author, intelligent-design advocate, and director of the Center for Science and Culture at The Discovery Institute.
Withdrawing from Common Core
A multi-day tribute to jazz great Dave Brubeck
Learn more about this week’s “Life & Music of Dave Brubeck” events at Lincoln Center in New York.