Culture Friday, home video review, the world’s largest classic car show
Today’s news and John Stonestreet talks about a new Cheerios advertisement portraying dads as cool and important figures in a family, court decisions that support the traditional definition of marriage, and the violence in Missouri following the shooting death of an unarmed youth, plus: home video reviewer Phil Boatwright reviews Heaven is for Real and Paper Tiger, special correspondent Susan Olasky profiles the world’s largest annual classic car show in Detroit, and more
Ferguson: Violence has broken out for several nights in the suburb of St. Louis following the fatal shooting of an unarmed African American teen by a police officer.
Iraq: The president addressed the chaos in Iraq from Martha’s Vineyard. He said humanitarian air drops of food and water have greatly improved the situation for thousands of minority Yezidis trapped by ISIL forces on Mt. Sinjar.
Russia/Ukraine: Russia and Ukraine may be on the brink of direct confrontation. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf on Russia’s so-called humanitarian aid convoy headed for eastern Ukraine.
Ebola: The husband of Ebola patient Nancy Writebol says she’s improving.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that US stocks moved higher Thursday.
Culture Friday: Cheerios supports dads, courts defend traditional marriage, and violence erupts in Missouri
John Stonestreet of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview talks about a supportive Cheerios advertisement in favor of dads, court decisions that support traditional marriage, and the violence in Ferguson, Missouri.
Home video: A 2014 hit and a forgotten gem from 1975
Reviewer Phil Boatwright is the editor of PreviewOnline.org.
The world’s largest classic car show
TW&E special correspondent Susan Olasky visits Detroit’s Woodward Dream Cruise.