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A conversation about the threat of ISIS, how has the White House responded to Syria, the East Region finalist for the Hope Award
Today’s news and retired Army Lt. Colonel Dr. James Carafano explains how ISIS is a threat to the U.S., plus: commentator Cal Thomas talks about the White House’s response to Syria, a profile of the East Region finalist for WORLD Magazine’s annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion, and more
ISIL: Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel at a Pentagon briefing last week, saying that ISIL has money, means and motive to attack the U.S. homeland. But General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, walked back the administration’s statements on the danger ISIL poses.
Ferguson: Michael Brown was laid to rest Monday amid calls for justice and tranquility.
Bodies: The Coast Guard is continuing to search for what are believed to be drowning victims off the south Florida coast.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that stocks were higher on Monday.
A conversation about ISIS
Retired Army Lt. Colonel Dr. James Carafano discusses how ISIS is a threat to the United States.
Commentary: The White House’s response to Syria
Cal Thomas questions how the White House is prepared to protect the citizens of the United States should the nation come under attack.