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Jay Leno’s departure, Church Life
Today’s news and commentator Cal Thomas recalls his experiences meeting and talking with Jay Leno, plus: TW&E series Church Life examines an English and Spanish-speaking North Carolina church, and more
Obamacare online: Many problems still persist with Healthcare.gov. According to a Washington Post study, about 22,000 people who were signed up incorrectly during the troubled rollout of healthcare.gov have no way to get the problems fixed.
Immigration reform: House Majority Leader Eric Cantor told CBS that immigration reform must contain border security, but Republicans don’t trust the president to enforce those measures.
Obama on IRS: The president told Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly on Sunday that regulations for 501c4 tax exempt organizations were too complex, which lead to the targeting of conservative groups.
Pro-life America: A recent study published by Planned Parenthood’s research arm reveals that the abortion rate is at the lowest point since the Supreme Court legalized the procedure in 1973.
Business/economy: WORLD News Group’s Warren Cole Smith reports that the Dow fell more than 300 points on Monday.
Commentary: Nice guys can finish first
Commentator Cal Thomas describes his experiences meeting and talking with late-night star Jay Leno.
Our series ‘Church Life’
Today, WORLD News Group’s Christina Darnell profiles Church at the Way / Camino in Concord, North Carolina — a English-speaking congregation and a Spanish-speaking congregation that share the same pastor and facilities.