The Giver, Robin Williams remembered, August 14 in history, Summer Vacations and Destinations
Today’s news and WORLD News Group film critic Emily Whitten provides a review of the new summer blockbuster, The Giver, plus: commentator Cal Thomas remembers the ability of Robin Williams to provide distraction from sadness in the world, two important historical moments on August 14, the TW&E series Summer Vacations and Destinations profiles an outdoor drama on a summer night in Ohio, and more
Iraq: The US maps out a possible military rescue mission in Iraq.
Flooding: Record breaking rains flood the Northeast and New England.
ICE: An Inspector General’s audit has found that US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, broke the law in 2013.
Film review: The Giver
WORLD News Group film critic Emily Whitten provides a review of The Giver, hitting theaters Friday August 15th.
Commentary: Remembering Robin Williams
Commentator Cal Thomas talks about how Robin Williams’ comedic genius distracted from stories of sadness in the world.
August 14 in history
August may have a reputation as a slow news month, but two historical turning points occurred on August 14: The opening of the Panama Canal and the end of World War II.
Summer Vacations and Destinations: An outdoor drama in Ohio
Learn more about Tecumseh!, an outdoor historical drama that has been produced every summer since 1973.