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An update on Russia and Ukraine, evaluating the Middle East, a conversation with Keith Getty, an Easter message from David Cameron
Today’s news and a report about the military situation between Russia and Ukraine, plus: commentator Cal Thomas provides insight about the US foreign policy and evaluating the Middle East, a conversation with musician Keith Getty, an Easter message from the British Prime Minister, and more
Obamacare premiums: The Congressional Budget Office has released a report which suggests that Obamacare premiums will not increase as much as expected. However, Yevgeniy Feyman of the Manhattan Institute does not agree with the report.
IRS: WORLD News Group’s Jim Henry reports that the Tea Party Patriots are suing the IRS for withholding documents.
Shooting: In the wake of a Sunday shooting in Kansas City, it is revealed that all three victims were Christians.
Ben Carson: After making headlines for criticizing the Obama administration in front of the president, retired neurosurgeon and author Ben Carson has written a book in which he describes how the event organizers later told him to apologize to the president.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the markets closed up slightly on Tuesday with help from encouraging earnings reports.
Checking in on Russia and Ukraine
WORLD News Group’s Jill Nelson provides insight and an update on the ongoing situation with Russia and Ukraine.
Commentary: Evaluating the Middle East
Commentator Cal Thomas points out the problems with the Middle East and the foreign policy of the United States.
A conversation with musician and hymnwriter Keith Getty
Keith Getty has written tunes for “In Christ Alone,” “The Power of the Cross,” and “Christ Has Risen.”
An Easter message from the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Dave Cameron has served as British Prime Minister since 2010.