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Fighting radical Islam, turmoil in St. Louis, the Midwest finalist for the 2014 Hope Award
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas on the violence produced by radical Islam, plus: a discussion of the outbursts in St. Louis after an 18-year-old was killed by a police officer, a profile of the Midwest finalist for WORLD Magazine’s 2014 Hope Award for Effective Compassion, and more
ISIS: American war planes continue to hit selective ISIS positions in northern Iraq.
Crossing the border: A newly published video paints a troubling picture of just how easy it can be to enter the US illegally.
Ebola: Missionaries to Ebola-ravaged west Africa are returning home.
Robin Williams: Actor and comedian Robin Williams died on Monday in a suspected suicide according to the Sheriff’s office in Marin County, California.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were generally higher on Monday.
Commentary: Fighting radical Islam
Commentator Cal Thomas talks about who’s to blame for the increasing violence in the Middle East as a result of radical Islam.
Protesting and looting in St. Louis
Mark Reardon, voice of St. Louis and CBS radio host for KMOX, discusses the violence, looting, and vandalism after an 18-year-old was shot by a police officer.