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White House Wednesday, WORLD’s Children’s Book of the Year
Today’s news and Paul Ryan is highlighted in the TW&E series White House Wednesday as a potential presidential candidate in 2016, plus: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith speaks with author Andrew Peterson, and more
Prime Minister: Iraq seems headed for a showdown over who will be the next prime minister.
Obamacare: For at least one major insurance provider, Obamacare enrollments are heading south.
Lost emails: The IRS may have skirted a court order to explain Lois Lerner’s lost emails, at least for now.
Ebola: The World Health Organization is endorsing the use of drugs untested on humans to combat Ebola.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the markets were down Tuesday despite a rosy jobs report.
White House Wednesday: Paul Ryan
Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan is highlighted as a potential 2016 presidential candidate.
WORLD’s Children’s Book of the Year
Warren Cole Smith chats with Andrew Peterson, author of fantasy novel The Warden and the Wolf King (Rabbit Room Press, 2014). For more about the book, read “Kickstarter Classic” from the Aug. 9 issue of WORLD Magazine.